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Stop Federal Redefinition of Marriage

Congress is trying to redefine marriage in federal law to enshrine the erroneous Obergefell v Hodges decision that allows same-sex couples to marry!

The US House passed HR 8404, the same-sex marriage bill, on July 19. The bill is now in the Senate. The bill is called “Respect for Marriage Act” and it will overturn the "Defense of Marriage Act" . According to CNN, Kentucky Senators Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell responded to inquiries in a noncommittal way by saying they needed to look at the bill.

Heritage Foundation research assistant Jared Eckert warns that the House-passed bill could have dire consequences if passed by the Senate and signed into law by President Joe Biden. “If one state—just one state—recognizes polygamy as a legitimate marriage or legal marriage, then basically, the federal government has to do that,” Eckert says.

Let our KY Senators hear from you now. Tell Senator McConnell to not let the bill come to a vote.  We hear the Senate has enough votes to pass this into law!

If this bill is passed it sends a message to the US Supreme Court to not overturn Obergefell v Hodges decision to allow same-sex marriage. 

Click on the link to send our KY Senators a message to  vote NO on the same-sex marriage bill. We passed a one-man one-woman marriage amendment and they should uphold our KY Constitution. 

 

 

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