News: Marriage Equality
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Basic Rights Oregon was proud to be a part of the election day victories. This fall, we filled over a thousand volunteer shifts having conversations with Washington voters about the freedom to marry and we didn’t rest after the election.
The Supreme Court announced it will review both the Prop 8 and (DOMA) decisions.
Basic Rights Oregon is traveling to communities across Oregon to engage supporters and activists in a plan to win the freedom to marry. We want to debrief the victories and share our vision. Will you join us?
Basic Rights Oregon is building a majority for marriage, talking to our friends and neighbors about why marriage matters. We need your help to maintain the momentum we’ve created and build a solid majority for the freedom to marry across Oregon.
Today, opponents of marriage equality in Washington State submitted signatures to force a November vote on the freedom to marry legislation passed this year by the Washington legislature.
Ninth Circuit not to rehear en banc (in front of an eleven-judge panel) the landmark case that found California’s Proposition 8 unconstitutional earlier this year.