Says the People Will Get Their Say at the Ballot Box this November

Concord, NH - Today, the New Hampshire House defeated a constitutional amendment (CACR28) which would have allowed the people of New Hampshire to vote on the issue of gay marriage.  Commenting on the House's vote was Cornerstone-Action Director, Kevin Smith: 

"It's quite clear that this legislature is just completely out of touch with the will of the people, who want the right to have their say on the issue of gay marriage.  The bottom line though is they are going to get their say at the ballot box this November when they get to elect new officials who represent their interests and not those of the radical far-left lobby."

Smith added, "It should also be noted that New Hampshire wouldn't still be having this debate today and probably next year if Governor Lynch had just kept his word and opposed gay marriage like he said he would."