Marriage Amendment

Some articles on marriage amendment, marriage, amendment:

Recognition Of Same-sex Unions In Australia - Same-sex Marriage - The Marriage Amendment Bill 2004
... Philip Ruddock introduced the Marriage Amendment Bill 2004, intending to incorporate the common law definition of marriage into the Marriage Act 1961 and the Family Law Act ... In June 2004, the bill passed the House of Representatives and the Senate passed the amendment by 38 votes to 6 on 13 August 2004 ... The bill subsequently received royal assent, becoming the Marriage Amendment Act 2004 ...
Recognition Of Same-sex Unions In Hawaii - Legal History - Baehr Case (1991–1999)
... Hawaii, which found the state's refusal to grant same-sex couples marriage licenses discriminatory ... his official capacity, seeking to force the state to issue them marriage licenses ... privacy in the Hawaii state constitution does not include a fundamental right to same-sex marriage, denying marriage to same-sex couples constituted discrimination based on sex in violation of the constitutional ...
Marriage Act 1961 (Australia) - Marriage Amendment Act 2004
... its Civil Partnership Act 2004, the then federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock introduced the Marriage Amendment Bill 2004, to incorporate the common law definition of marriage into the Marriage Act 1961 and the ... On 12 August 2004, the Senate passed the amendment by 38 votes to 6 ... received royal assent, becoming the Marriage Amendment Act 2004 ...
Political Positions Of Ron Paul - Civil Liberties - Same-sex Marriage
... Asked his opinion on same-sex marriage in October 2011, Paul expressed his support for marriage privatization by replying, "Biblically and historically, the government was very uninvolved in marriage ... I don't know why we should register our marriage to the federal government ... when asked whether he would vote for or against a state constitutional amendment like California's Proposition 8, he said, 'Well, I believe marriage is between one man and one ...

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