Amendment One resolution will be on April 10 Asheville City Council agenda

A resolution opposing the proposed state constitutional amendment banning legal recognition for same-sex couples will be on the April 10 Asheville City Council agenda. That’s the word from Council member Gordon Smith, who tweeted the following this afternoon:

Amendment One resolution will be considered at the April 10 mtg of Asheville City Council.


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  1. glolady

    Only my middle name is Gay. I Like men straight up. I also think my friends who are gay should be allowed to marry if they wish. Why are the entitlements limited to man and woman instead of Love and Love. Those who wish to put limitations on love are nothing more than ignorant haters themselves.

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