The proposed amendment, filed by the Freedom to Marry coalition, would modify the Ohio Constitution to define marriage as “a union of two consenting adults, regardless of gender.” The measure would also allow churches to refuse to perform or honor a same-sex marriage.
Opponents of the measure, the Ohio Campaign to Protect Marriage, had sought to keep the repeal effort off the ballot, and claimed that Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine shouldn’t have verified the proposed amendment’s summary.
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