House Bill 1109 and Senate Bill 1369: Same-Sex Marriage

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Last Updated: May 1, 2014
House Bill 1109 and Senate Bill 1369: Same-Sex Marriage
House Senate
Sponsors:
Representative Hanohano
Sponsors:
Senators Baker, Kahele, and Taniguchi
Summary:

House Bill 1109 extends to same-sex couples the right to marry. HB 1109 guarantees the rights of individuals to refuse to solemnize a same-sex marriage as part of their right to religious freedom, and provides a list of cases in which a religious organization and facility may not be required to host a same-sex marriage.

Summary:

Senate Bill 1369 extends to same-sex couples the right to marry. SB 1369 guarantees the rights of individuals to refuse to solemnize a same-sex marriage as part of their right to religious freedom, and provides a list of cases in which a religious organization and facility may not be required to host a same-sex marriage.

Status:

01/24/2013     House     Introduced and passed first reading
01/28/2013     House     Referred to House Judiciary Committee and House Finance Committee
12/18/2013     House     Carried over to the 2014 Regular Session
05/01/2014     House     Bill died when legislature adjourned

Status:

01/24/2013     Senate     Introduced
01/28/2013     Senate     Passed first reading and referred to Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee
01/31/2013     Senate     Re-referred to Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee and the Senate Ways and Means Committee
12/18/2013     Senate     Carried over to the 2014 Regular Session
05/01/2014     Senate     Bill died when legislature adjourned

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

HSLDA supports traditional marriage.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

HSLDA supports traditional marriage.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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House Bill Text

House Bill History

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Senate Bill Text

Senate Bill History