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Marriage Equality in Delaware

Posted by T. Resnikoff // April 12th 2013 // Issues and Trends // no comments

From the Human Rights Campaign Blog. – Ed.

 Lawmakers Introduce Marriage Equality Bill in Delaware

Delaware lawmakers, religious and civil rights leaders gathered in Wilmington earlier today to introduce a landmark civil marriage equality bill that allows loving, committed gay and lesbian couples to marry.

Mirroring national trends, support for marriage equality comes in 54 percent – a strong and decisive majority of Delawareans are on board.

Equality Delaware has been spearheading the effort to advance the legislation – over the past few months, advocates have engaged families, friends, and neighbors across the state to boost support for freedom and equality.  Rep. Melanie George Smith is the prime sponsor of the bill introduced today.  Other steadfast leaders on marriage are Gov. Jack Markell and Attorney General Beau Biden. And some of Delaware’s biggest unions and businesses – including DuPont have endorsed same-sex marriage. READ MORE HERE.

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Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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