Florida's Fight for Marriage Intensifies

Nov 21, 2014

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Orlando, FL-- Today, Liberty Counsel defended natural marriage and submitted amicus briefs on two fronts: the U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta and Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals.

At issue is whether the democratic vote of 5 million Floridians defining marriage as between one man and one woman will be respected, or whether marriage will be redefined by the court as between an undefined group of people who are “committed” to each other based upon an “emotional bond.”  The amicus brief points out recent the holding of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal in DeBoer v. Snyder: “Of all the ways to resolve this question, one option is not available: a poll of the three judges on this panel, or for that matter all federal judges, about whether gay marriage is a good idea.”

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