Affirmative action and race: Oklahoma Question would prohibit discrimination or preferences based on race, sex, ethnicity and national origin. Kadi noted that President Donald Trump has appointed more than 50 circuit court judges in his first term.
This is because amendments must pass both the state Senate and House of Delegates and be approved by Virginia voters. Last month, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, declined to defend the state agency in the lawsuit because its actions conflict with his views of the Constitution.
A post-election poll indicated much stronger support for such marriage among women than men across several categories.
This initiative is called Referendum Energy and environment: Michigan Proposal 3 would mandate that a quarter of the state's electricity be generated by renewable energy by Colorado had been on this list until just last week, when advocates defeated five bills they described as being anti-LGBTQ.
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Critics also say the measure could take same sex marriage washington state referendum in South Dakota benefits from partners or heterosexual couples as well as gays. Namespaces Article Talk. Other states quickly followed, with VirginiaArizona and Oklahoma passing similar laws inand FloridaCaliforniaWyoming and Utah doing so in This is because amendments must pass both the state Senate and House of Delegates and be approved by Virginia voters.
Maryland's state ban on gay marriage was also the country's first—it had been in effect since Before becoming the 34 th state to allow gay marriage, Montana denied marriage rights to gay couples with a statute and a amendment to the state constitution.
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Public Disclosure Commission. Fewer initiatives, however, were placed on the ballot by citizens. Reversed in by the Hawaii Marriage Equality Act. Hunting and animal issues: Four states -- Idaho, Kentucky, Nebraska and Wyoming -- have measures asking voters whether hunting and fishing rights should be enshrined in their state constitution, a proposal backed by the National Rifle Association, among others.