03/30/09 AP (posted to Charleston Daily Mail):
"CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia's House of Delegates voted along party lines Monday to end this session's chances for a proposed constitutional amendment on marriage. [link added]
"The Family Policy Council of West Virginia has pushed for this session's resolution, citing a poll it says shows clear support for an amendment. It recently bombarded the revision committee's chairwoman and the head of the House Judiciary Committee with sometimes abusive phone calls demanding action, and targeted Gov. Joe Manchin with a postcard campaign."
Source: ADF Alliance Alert
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