More Good Info on Amendment One

After I posted my strong concerns about the the legal uncertainties that will surely rise if Amendment One passes on Tues (see below), I came across a really good analysis by NC POLICY WATCH’s Rob Schofield.  He focused on four words instead of my three, but frankly I  like his analysis better…his points are even stronger as to why this is just a plain bad idea. (And this is true, regardless of what your core beliefs are regarding gay marriage —  keep in mind it is already outlawed in North Carolina.)

And here’s a really in-depth policy analysis by the UNC professors describing the uncertainty of what’s ahead…

I’m afraid with Dr. Graham unfortunate endorsement yesterday, passage is all but certain.  (In contrast, the Episcopal bishops from my diocese have come to anotber conclusion…

But hey, more work for lawyers!!!


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Civil Litigation Attorney and Certified Mediator in North Carolina Superior Courts; President of Daisley Law Offices, PC, a law firm devoted to helping Veterans, the Disabled and severely injured victims of corporate or individual negligence. Experienced in Civil Trial Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mike is also a political analyst for WCNC-TV and WBT Radio,a writer and blogger on law, political discourse and theology, and a lifelong Episcopalian (which, as he explains, means "I'm a raging agnostic at least three days a week.") Office email : (704) 331-8014 Charlotte, North Carolina
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