Greensboro, North Carolina’s 9-member City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution apposing a proposed constitutional amendment which would ban gay marriage in the state, CBS affiliate WFMY reported.
Voters will decide on the measure during North Carolina’s presidential primary in May.
If approved, the amendment would bar North Carolina from recognizing the relationships of gay and lesbian couples with marriage, civil unions and possibly domestic partnerships.
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