Senate Bill 106: Recognizes Marriage as Being Between One Man and One Woman

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Senate Bill 106: Recognizes Marriage as Being Between One Man and One Woman
Sponsors:
Senators James Forrester, Jerry Tillman, Dan Soucek, Tom Apodaca, Harris Blake, Andrew Brock, Harry Brown, Warren Daniel, Jim Davis, Don East, Thom Goolsby, Rick Gunn, Kathy Harrington, Ralph Hise, Neal Hunt, Brent Jackson, Wesley Meredith, E.S. "Buck" Newton, Louis Pate, Jean Preston, David Rouzer, Bob Rucho, Tommy Tucker
Summary:

This bill proposes a constitutional amendment for North Carolina that would recognize marriage between a man and woman as the only domestic legal union that is valid or recognized.

HSLDA's Position:

Given HSLDA’s interest in preserving traditional marriage, this bill should be supported.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

02/22/2011     (Senate)     Filed
02/23/2011     (Senate)     First reading
02/23/2011     (Senate)     Referred to Committee on Rules and Operations of the Senate
07/03/2012     (Senate)     Bill died when legislature adjourned

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