There was only one "no" vote in the House Judiciary Committee on HB 117, which is a proposed constitutional amendment to give the legislature the power to restrict marriage to heterosexual couples. Three voted with "yes with reservations". But a "yes" is a "yes" is a "yes" .....
All voted "yes", many with reservations, on HB 118 which would created "reciprocal beneficiary" status for those people who can't otherwise marry (father and daughter, mother and son, brothers, gays, lesbians, etc.). It lists four rights:
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