ACLU says same-sex marriage referendum attempt at 'social engineering'

September 2004
Gay & Lesbian Times;9/16/2004, Issue 873, p34
Reports on a legal challenge filed with the Oklahoma Supreme Court against a referendum that would ban same-sex marriage. Reasons of the American Civil Liberties Union for asking the court to stop the referendum; Questions raised about the measure's constitutionality.


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