That’s two ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS. Let’s give credit where it’s due—from the Illinois Family Institute:
Two Illinois state lawmakers are pushing back against an ACLU lawsuit seeking to overturn the Illinois’ 1996 marriage law that defines marriage as between one man and one woman.
Defying Michael J. Madigan, Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, State Reps. Tom Morrison (R-Palatine) and David Reis (R-Olney) have introduced House Joint Resolution 95 (HJR 95) in the Illinois House, which would allow Illinois voters to vote in the 2014 Illinois General Election on defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman in our state constitution.
(Note: A constitutional marriage amendment has been introduced in every General Assembly since 2003 but has never been given even a hearing.)