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The cause of marriage was betrayed by Republican state representatives. They led voters to believe they supported traditional marriage, but instead voted in favor of same-sex marriage.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 13, 2012 Contact: Anath Hartmann or Elizabeth Ray (703-683-5004) “It’s time for them to be held accountable for their vote.” —Brian Brown, NOM president— Washington, D.C. — The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) today launched a statewide newspaper advertising campaign to hold Republicans in the state House of Representatives accountable for failing to support HB 437, compromise legislation designed to repeal same-sex marriage while restoring civil unions for gay couples. The legislation was defeated in late … Continue reading
The cause of marriage was betrayed by the Republican state representatives listed below. They led voters to believe they supported traditional marriage, but instead voted in favor of same-sex marriage. They stood with Democrats from New York who created and funded a phony “Republican” front-group. They stood with interests who want to rip traditional marriage from the GOP platform. They stood against every major Republican candidate for President. Patrick F. Abrami Christopher J. Ahlgren Mary M. Allen David L. Babson … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 21, 2012 Contact: Anath Hartmann or Elizabeth Ray (703-683-5004) “We will hold legislators accountable for their votes today.” —Brian Brown, NOM President— Washington, DC — The following statement made be attributed to Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM): “We are very disappointed in the failure of the New Hampshire House of Representatives to pass compromise legislation restoring marriage and providing for civil unions for same-sex couples. This was the law prior to … Continue reading
Karen Grube, an early supporter of Prop 8, with a message to the New Hampshire legislature: In considering House Bill 437, the bill to repeal the gay marriage law passed in 2009, every member of the New Hampshire legislature needs to be reminded of why the voters elected veto-proof Republican majorities in both the House and the Senate in 2010. One obvious reason was the underhanded manner in which Democrat Senate President Sylvia Larsen violated Senate rules in order to … Continue reading