USA, Hawaii: Churches, Lawmaker Meet to Discuss Marriage Equality Bill Exemptions

Written by scott on October 5th, 2013

HawaiiIn a sign that Hawaii religious leaders are taking the proposed marriage equality bill seriously, a group of churches met with lawmakers to request religious exemptions in the law.

Edge Boston reports:

Religious leaders in Hawaii have been meeting with state lawmakers about a religious exemption in pending gay marriage legislation, balancing opposition to the bill with trying to protect their interests as much as possible should it pass.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Friday ( ) that leaders trying to strengthen the exemptions still mainly want to persuade the Legislature to vote down the bill.

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