Another Update on Marriage Amendment

From the ACLU lobbiest:

“He feels that we can still win this battle, BUT THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO PUT A HUMAN FACE ON THIS AMENDMENT!  State legislators and state senators need to meet people, both GLBT and straight, who oppose this amendment.  IT IS VERY IMPORTANT to set up district office visits to speak with them about how this amendment impacts you, your family, your friends. The ACLU Community Organizers, working with the Women's Law Project, will be helping people set up these meetings and working with them on how to speak to elected officials.”

We are trying to up an appointment with our state representative, Mike Diven.  You need to do the same thing.  You being gay and straight people.  Married, unmarried and in between.  Here's the links for the ACLU and for the Women's Law Project.




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