Wednesday, January 22, 2014
House Elections Committee Votes 9-3 Along Party Lines To Advance Marriage Discrimination Amendment To Full House
House Speaker Brian Bosma got his wish. All nine Republican members of the House Elections Committee, including at least one closeted homosexual, voted for HJR-3, the proposed constitutional amendment that would enshrine the state's statutory prohibition on the legal recognition of marriages between persons of the same sex in the constitution's bill of rights. The committee's three Democratic members present for the vote all voted against the amendment. How some of these people can look themselves in the mirror is beyond me.