House Bill 2070 and Senate Bill 1156: Defense of Marriage

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Last Updated: July 27, 2010
House Bill 2070 and Senate Bill 1156: Defense of Marriage
House Senate
Sponsors:
Reps. Hilton, Avila, Blackwell, Blackwood, Blust; Boles, Brown, Burr, Burris-Floyd, Cleveland, Cole, Crawford, Current; Dollar, Frye, Gillespie, Guice, Gulley, Holloway, Hurley, Ingle, Justice, Killian, Langdon, Love, McCormick, McElraft, McGee, Mills, Randleman, Rhyne, Sager, Setzer, Spear, Starnes, Stevens, West
Sponsors:
Senators Forrester, Jacumin, Apodaca, Blake, Brock, Brown, Brunstetter, Goodall, Rouzer, Snow, and Tillman
Summary:

This is a bill to amend the North Carolina Constitution to provide that marriage between a man and a woman is the only domestic legal union that is valid or recognized in North Carolina.

Summary:

This is a bill to amend the North Carolina Constitution to provide that marriage between a man and a woman is the only domestic legal union that is valid or recognized in North Carolina.

Status:

5/27/2010     (House)    Filed
5/31/2010     (House)    Passed first reading
5/31/2010     (House)    Referred to the Committee on Judiciary I; if favorable, will refer to Committee on Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform; if favorable, will refer to Committee on Appropriations
7/10/2010     (House)      Died when Legislature adjourned

Status:

5/13/2010     (Senate)    Filed
5/17/2010     (Senate)    Referred to Rules and Operations Committee
7/10/2010     (Senate)      Died when Legislature adjourned

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
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