March 28, 2006

liberal judges in Ohio put women,children at risk to advance gay marriage

An Ohio appeals court ruled on friday that the state's domestic violence law couldn't be enforced against a woman accused of beating her boyfriend because Ohio voters had denied marriage status to "non-marrieds" (a not-so-veiled criticism of the Marriage amendment passed by Ohio voters in 2004). This outrageous ruling puts many women and children in abusive relationships at risk, and all just so the judges can try to make some illogical point about marriage inequality and trumpet their views on gay marriage. The Family Research Council has the rest of this disturbing story at Judicial activism isn't just a staple of our federal courts anymore...

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