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Senate Bill 1228: A Constitutional Amendment Defining Marriage
Senators Forrester, Smith, Allran, Apodaca, Berger of Rockingham, Bimgham, Blake, Brock, Brown, East, Garwood, Goodall, Hartsell, Hunt, Jacumin, miller, Pittenger, Presnell, Stevens, and Tillman
This bill would have proposed a constitutional amendment in North Carolina defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman at one time. Had this bill passed, the uniting of two persons of the same sex or the uniting of more than two persons of any sex in marriage, civil union, domestic partnership, or any similar relationship would not be recognized. HSLDA supported this legislation.
|5/10/2006||Referred to Committee on Rules and Operations of the Senate|
|7/27/2006||Bill died when the Legislature adjourned|
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HSLDA supported this bill.
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