NC: An update on the battle over marriage redefinition

North Carolina Family Policy Council: “The leaders of the North Carolina House and Senate have consistently defended their inaction on the MPA by arguing that same-sex ‘marriage’ is simply not an issue for North Carolina . . . Meanwhile, the strong marriage laws of other states, such as Iowa, have proven to be no match for activist judges or politicians intent on overturning them . . . Efforts to get the marriage redefinition law on a referendum so that the people of D.C. could decide its fate—including a lawsuit filed by the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) and Stand for Marriage D.C., and a last minute appeal for the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene—were not successful before the law went into effect.”