VOTE AGAINST MAY 8th
Courts could interpret the language of the Amendment to ban any rights to state’s hundreds of thousands of unmarried couples—both same and opposite-gender.
Invalidating domestic violence protections for all unmarried partners;
Undercuting existing child custody and visitation rights that are designed to protect the best interests of children;
Preventing the state from giving committed couples rights to allow them to order their relationships, including threatening their ability to determine the disposition of their deceased partner’s remains; to make medical decisions if their partner is incapacitated; and to allow second-parent adoptions in order to ensure that both partners have a legal tie to, and financial responsibilities for, the children they are raising.
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