Kick Jim Crow Out Of Constitution And Don’t Put Marriage In

Tampa Tribune
September 28, 2008
The Tribune recommends voters in Florida vote No on 2: "changing the constitution, when it hasn't proven necessary, is not the way to do it. We urge you to Vote No on Amendment 2." (Link)

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Gay Couples’ Marriages Not The Issue For Black Clergy

Palm Beach Post
September 29, 2008
Rhonda Swan writes, "Keeping homosexuals from legalizing their already existing relationships does nothing for their so-called cause of protecting marriage. Being proactive instead of reactive just might." [Link]

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COMMENTARY: Critique of Florida’s marriage-equality foes evokes kudos, curses

Orlando Sentinel
September 26, 2008
"I expected a lot of reaction to Sunday's column about the anti-gay marriage amendment and my frustration over those Christians who seem obsessed with homosexuality while often overlooking Jesus' instructions for compassion. And boy, did I get it.What I wasn't expecting, though, was how overwhelmingly supportive it was." [Link]

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McCain, Obama wary of marriage debate

Associated Press
September 22, 2008
Proposed discriminatory amendments against marriage for same-sex couples are on the ballot in three important states this fall, rousing passions on both sides, yet neither John McCain nor Barack Obama seem eager to push the issue high on their campaign agendas. (Link)

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EDITORIAL: What We Think About Florida’s Amendments

Orlando Sentinel
September 20, 2008
The Orlando Sentinel editorial board writes that Amendment 2 to ban marriage for gay couples in Fla., is a "bad idea" that "seems more like a cynical attempt to bring out the conservative base in a presidential election year." [Link]

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Interfaith group counters push for anti-marriage amendment in Florida

St. Petersburg Times
September 18, 2008

A group of interfaith leaders pledged Wednesday to use their pulpits and influence to defeat Amendment 2, the constitutional measure that would write discrimination into the Florida constitution. (Link)

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Miami Mayor Comes Out Against Anti-Gay Fla. Amendment

EDGE Boston
September 9, 2008
The mayor of Miami has come out against the proposed amendment, saying, "I don’t see how this amendment protects anything." [Link]

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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist won’t campaign for anti-gay-marriage amendment

South Florida Sun-Sentinel
September 10, 2008
The stance fits Crist's moderate, pragmatic political ideology, which advisor Brian Ballard describes as "live and let live." Derek Newton, campaign manager for Say No to 2, said Crist's lukewarm endorsement of the marriage ban is just the latest indicator that the "passion and the fire and the light around this issue has dimmed." [Link]

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Fla. School Board Opposes Marriage Ban

Miami Herald
September 10, 2008
''When we say and recite our pledge of allegiance, we say liberty and justice for all,'' said Adriane Reesey, a community involvement specialist with the Broward Sheriff's Office, which also endorsed the board's decision. [Link]

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Judge Rules Against Florida’s Ban on Adoptions by Gay People

Miami Herald
September 10, 2008
Declaring the adoption to be in the boy's ''best interest,'' Circuit Judge David J. Audlin Jr. said the Florida law forbidding gay people from adopting children is contrary to the state Constitution because it singles out a group for punishment.[Link]

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