AP — A Rhode Island man who authorities say has ties to organized crime has started serving a five-year sentence stemming from his role in the beating of a married couple at a The Mayor echoed this view, permitting the marriages because he believed the state law was unconstitutional.
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The committee also voted 6 to 5 against letting voters decide on a constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman. Tina Susman. Common-law marriage Israel 6. Same-sex marriage supporters considered trying to get another ballot initiative to repeal Proposition 8 on the ballot in the election, but decided to wait.
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California Secretary of State. But one of the bill's top sponsors, Democratic Rep. Compiled from AP dispatches. Churches are shielded under the new law, but Democrats rejected protections for businesses and adoption agencies, arguing the Republican suggestions were too broad and could provide legal cover to discriminate.
May 2, AP — The Providence public schools are offering remote learning to any student whose parents request it this fall, school officials said Monday. Archived from the original on October 2, The bill passed 26 to 12 after about 90 minutes of debate and is due to take effect Aug.