Rosen, Jeffrey
October 1995
New Republic;10/23/95, Vol. 213 Issue 17, p24
Defends the narrow interpretation of a plebiscite-ratified amendment to the Colorado constitution which affirms that the state will not provide protected status to citizens based on sexual orientation. Discussion on cases dealing with the issue of homosexual rights; Discussion on the ruling of the Colorado Supreme Court declaring the amendment unconstitutional; Distinction between equal rights from special rights.


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