Thursday, August 9, 2007

Today's letter - Undefining Marriage

Dear Governor Schwarzenegger -

From 1850 to 1977, California marriage law contained no reference to 'man' or 'woman.' AB 43, The Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act, simply would restore the common-sense language that was in our Family Code for 127 years: "Marriage is a personal relation arising out of a civil contract between two persons."

I don't know what made us redefine marriage in 1977, but government-imposed limits on personal freedom have no place in the 21st Century. Please sign AB 43 and get rid of this recent and arbitrary restriction.

Sincerely,

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