MLIVE | First gay couple married in Michigan join Democrats proposing 'marriage equality' bills

"Democratic lawmakers (announced) new 'marriage equality' legislation that seeks to overturn Michigan's same-sex ban, which was reinstated upon appeal but will go before the U.S. Supreme Court this summer. State Sen. Rebekah Warren of Ann Arbor and Rep. Jeremy Moss of Southfield are introducing resolutions that would amend the Michigan constitution by repealing the gay marriage ban approved by 58 percent of voters in 2004.

'Introduction will be the last element in the legislative process that (the proposals) will see,' said Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Midland, who co-authored the 2004 amendment. 'It obviously flies in the face of the vote of the people of Michigan.'

Glenn said he hopes that the Supreme Court will uphold the marriage definition approved by voters in 2004... 'Marriage has been the role model relationship for how our society has been structured, and if it's redefined to mean anything any individual or group of individuals defines it to be, it means nothing,' he said."

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