Thursday, July 8, 2010

Adventures on Powerline Road

There is a great post over at The Bilerico Project that shows that LGBT couples, while they might have the ability to do what heterosexual married couples can do, usually comes with a lot of hassle. Fortunately, this is simply changing a name and not something concerning life and death such as hospital visitation rights or power-of-attorney.

With the state GOP touting a Road to 51 campaign, this means the Marriage Amendment to the Indiana Constitution may become an issue both houses of the General Assembly take up. I ask that elected officials and advocates keep in mind that while equality in some areas might be available, it isn't as easy for "undocumented" couples.

You can read the full post here.

1 comment:

  1. It is not necessary for Indiana to amend its constitution to forbid marriage between any parties other than a man to a woman. This is such a divisive issue, meant to keep people fighting, instead of uniting against tyrannical government.


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