jeb bush gay marriage

"People should be able to do what they want to do, without discrimination. People have a right to be happy."
I sometimes wonder how differently my life might have turned out had it not been for the intransigence and homophobia of Jeb Bush. My husband and I might have stayed in Florida, for starters. I'm so grateful for our sons, whom we adopted in Oregon, but we never should have been forced to leave our home state to legally marry, become parents, and enjoy a life that Jeb Bush and his administration worked hard to deny us.
The high court will rule this month on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to get married and whether states
“Yes, absolutely, if it’s based on a religious belief,” he said when asked by the Christian Broadcasting Network in an interview
In January, Bush said he was disappointed by a court's decision to allow marriage equality in the state. NATIONAL HARBOR
However, anti-gay activists in the United States have no intention of giving up the fight. A spokesperson for the National
Same-sex marriages in Florida are set to begin Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle first declared the ban on same
(Click over the Newsmax for their entire interview with Bush.) "I don't think people need to be discriminated against because