Oopsie! They put too many subjects on the ballot (apparently only one is allowed) and Fulton County Superior Court Judge Constance C. Russell has at least temporarily killed Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriages. From MTV:
“People who believe marriages between men and women should have a unique and privileged place in our society may also believe that same-sex relationships should have some place “” although not marriage,” Russell wrote. “The single-subject rule protects the right of those people to hold both views and reflect both judgments by their vote.”
Gay-rights supporters had been anxiously awaiting Russell’s ruling since Jack Senterfitt, representing the gay-rights organization Lambda Legal, challenged the amendment in November 2004.
Aaron Margolislegislating “immorality form [sic] the bench.” His prefered mechanism of morality seems to be and making illegal immigration .