LANSING, Mich. (AP) Minority Democrats in the Michigan Senate making the effort to repeal the state's ban against gay marriage.
A measure introduced Wednesday would amend the Michigan metabolism to remove a 2004 prohibition on samesex marriage. The measure needs twothirds support in the Republicanled House and Senate to make the state-wide ballot.
Another bill would realize outofstate samesex marriages in Michigan.
Democratic Sen. Rebekah Warren of Ann Arbor says polling shows more Michiganians support gay marriage than a year ago. She says maried folks enjoy a host of legal protections, And removing Michigan's ban would ensure gay couples can be legal parents to the adoptive children.
Senators sponsoring the the legislation are Warren, minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer of East Lansing, Bert johnson of Highland Park and Virgil Smith of Detroit. This material is probably not published, broadcast, Rewritten, Or distributed evenly,
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