The “Respect for Marriage Act,” which just passed the House earlier this week, seeks to defend gay marriage by banning states from passing laws that protect traditional marriage. It now goes to the Senate where it will need Republican support if it is to become law. But as the Blaze is reporting it already has some Republican support, including the senator from North Carolina, Thom Tillis:
It remains unclear how many Senate Republicans would vote for the Respect for Marriage Act, but it appears at least two will. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) is a co-sponsor of the Senate version and will vote for it. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) also told CNN reporter Manu Raju he “probably will” vote for the measure when Democrats bring it forward.The Blaze
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Here at New Walden we have been warning about the erosion of our religious liberty, and the codification of Obergefell represents another nail in the coffin. You can use the link in the tweet below to access the Family Research Council. They have an excellent platform for political action and contacting politicians.