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EDITORIAL: Listen up

By | 2007-06-07T09:00:00-04:00 June 7th, 2007|Opinions|

Families across the state are about to lose benefits offered by public employers because of a ruling from the Appellate Court that failed to interpret the 2004 antigay marriage amendment as voters intended it. The proponents of this discriminatory language, now shamefully enshrined on the books in our state constitution, lied throughout the 2004 campaign that this amendment was simply about the marriage between a man and a woman and nothing else. We hope that the State Supreme Court, who has agreed to hear this egregious case, will right this wrong in time to do no more harm. Speak out often – write letters – call the public officials and ask them to find a way to keep these crucial and often life saving benefits of same-sex families, starting with the officials running the City of Kalamazoo.

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