From the offices of state Del. Glen Glass:
The latest on what’s happening with the Civil Marriage Protection Act (House Bill 438):
This bill was passed by a combined Committee (Judiciary and Health & Government Operations) hearing on Tuesday. These two Committees were combined, which I am opposed, in an effort to avoid the possibility of the bill going to a referendum. This bill will now move to the House Floor for testimony and to be voted on later this week.
Because this legislation could affect so many, if passed, it should be decided by the people and go to a referendum and not be decided by the politicians.
I remain for traditional marriage and continue to believe it should be between one man and one woman.
Delegate Glen Glass