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Senate Joint Resolution 8: Amending Constitution to Define Marriage as Between a Man and a Woman
Prezioso, Minard, Sharpe, Boley, Plymale, Fanning, Guills, Love, Deem, Bailey, Edgell, Oliverio, Sypolt, McKenzie, Helmick, Green, Hall
Proposes an amendment to Constitution designated the Marriage Protection Amendment, which would only allow the state to recognize marriages between one man and one woman.
|2/1/2007||To Judiciary then Finance|
|2/1/2007||(Senate) Introduced in Senate|
|2/1/2007||(Senate) To Judiciary then Finance|
|2/1/2007||(Senate) Filed for introduction|
|4/15/2007||West Virginia legislative session ends with bill failing to pass; the bill is now dead.|
Action Requested: No further action is required, as the bill is dead.
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