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The Respect For Marriage Act: How Did PA Lawmakers Vote?

Dec 08, 2022 View Original Article
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    12% Somewhat Conservative

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    12% Somewhat Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    31% Positive

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

70% : The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill codifying federal recognition of same-sex and interracial marriage on Thursday, sending it to President Biden's desk for his signature.
68% : "This bill goes beyond marriage & weakens the religious freedoms fundamental to our nation," tweeted Meuser.
57% : "What will be affected by the passage of this bill are the religious freedoms and protections of Americans.
52% : The bill does not (1) affect religious liberties or conscience protections that are available under the Constitution or federal law, (2) require religious organizations to provide goods or services to formally recognize or celebrate a marriage, (3) affect any benefits or rights that do not arise from a marriage, or (4) recognize under federal law any marriage between more than two individuals.
49% : "We cannot allow families who depend on the rights and privileges secured by the guarantee of marriage equality to wonder if one day they will wake up in a nation that no longer recognizes their marriage, as many have since Justice Clarence Thomas called for the court to reconsider the Obergefell decision.
49% : "However, the bill lacks the appropriate constitutional protections for religious liberties enshrined in the First Amendment."
42% : The bill also replaces provisions that do not require states to recognize same-sex marriages from other states with provisions that prohibit the denial of full faith and credit or any right or claim relating to out-of-state marriages on the basis of sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin.
39% : (The Supreme Court held that state laws barring same-sex marriages were unconstitutional in Obergefell v. Hodges in 2015; the Court held that state laws barring interracial marriages were unconstitutional in Loving v. Virginia in 1967.)

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