It's not over. True, Indiana and Arkansas have backed down from "religious freedom'' laws that legitimize anti-gay discrimination. And the U.S. Supreme Court may rule this year that same-sex marriages are legal in the entire country.
But even then it won't be over. One sentence in the 2012 Republican Party platform is likely to stir up the controversy all over again: "We reaffirm our support for a Constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.'' That Constitutional amendment would nullify any Supreme Court decision...
Monday, April 06, 2015
The Fight Rages On... In the GOP�|�Bill Schneider: