Why California’s Three-Parent Law Was Inevitable

September 18, 2012 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

by Tom Shaheen

The cultural and political and legal warning signs are all there. They have been for a decade. Citizens in 31 states – so far – have protected the legal definition of marriage by voting to approve constitutional amendments in their states. But not Pennsylvania; what are we waiting for? Do we still think it’s “not a problem here”? Are we really naive enough to think it “doesn’t affect me or my marriage”?

Let’s start by facing the facts, the consequences if we do nothing – or worse – if we let marriage be redefined as anything other than God’s design of husband and wife.

Let’s start with this sobering column by Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse. Worth reading!

Can a child have three parents? If California State Senator Mark Leno has his way, children in California will be able to have three legal parents. Before we dismiss SB 1476 as another example of California Weird, we had best look into it more closely. After all, the bill has passed both houses of the California Assembly and is awaiting Governor Brown’s signature or veto. 

Read more: http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2012/09/6197

 

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