The Marriage Protection Amendment recently was introduced in both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and it provides you with an opportunity to tell your constituents where you stand on the definition of marriage. Despite efforts by radical elements in our society to re-define marriage, and adverse court decisions in Massachusetts and California, the vast majority of Americans recognize the time-tested definition of marriage as the legal union of one man and one woman.
You may have an opportunity this fall to vote for or against the Marriage Protection Amendment, letting the states decide whether this definition becomes part of the U.S. Constitution. As a member of the Center for Moral Clarity, a Christian grassroots organization, I urge you to press for a floor vote on this issue. If the resolution does not come to a vote, I would encourage you to make it clear how you would vote on the Marriage Protection Amendment before the fall campaign.
Thank you for considering my opinion.