Politics & Government

March 1, 2011

N.C. senator wants gay marriage ban in state's Constitution

Supporters of a bill that would ask North Carolina voters to write a ban on same-sex marriage into the state Constitution say it has its best chance at passage since they started pushing for it in 2004. Sen. James Forrester, a Gaston County Republican, has filed the bill consistently for nearly a decade, but the proposal never made it to a full vote.

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