Judge: Arizona marriage amendment constitutional
August 12, 2006
An Arizona Superior Court judge has ruled that a constitutional amendment protecting the traditional definition of marriage and banning marriage-like equivalents does not violate the constitution and may be included on the ballot for Arizona’s general election on November 7.
Judge Douglas Rayes of the Maricopa County Superior Court ruled Thursday against the opponents of the “Protect Marriage Arizona” initiative, or Proposition 107, rejecting their arguments that the measure violates a constitutional requirement that says a constitutional amendment must address only a single subject . . . [Click for more]