Second Special Session House Bill 6: Same-Sex Marriage

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Second Special Session House Bill 6: Same-Sex Marriage
Sponsors:
Representative Jordan
Summary:

House Bill 6 would authorize same-sex marriage and create religious freedom protections, specifically relating to same-sex marriage.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

HSLDA supports traditional marriage. While HSLDA opposes the establishment of same-sex marriage, HSLDA does support the adoption of Religious Freedom Protection Acts (RFPAs) by individual states, in order to protect the rights of all citizens to freely exercise their beliefs in all contexts, including the right of religious ministers and religious organizations to refuse to solemnize same-sex marriages, and the right of religious adherents to refuse the provision of private services, accommodations, and other benefits and privileges to same-sex couples.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

10/29/2013     House     Introduced; Passed first reading; Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Finance.
01/01/2014     House     Bill died when Second Special Session closed.

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