Federalism and Marriage
trevor-morrison at postoffice.law.cornell.edu
Tue Feb 24 14:13:34 PST 2004
I note that Goodridge would not violate this amendment.
At 11:07 AM 2/24/2004 -0800, Rick Duncan wrote:
>Would those of you who are asserting the principle of
>federalism against the FMA support a Federalism
>Amendment to the Constitution that would state that
>"all issues concerning marriage or family or human
>sexuality or public morality should be decided by the
>states and not by courts interpreting the US
>Can we all get behind such an amendment?
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