What were they thinking? A childhood friend and I repeatedly asked ourselves this question about a bill that would have repealed New Hampshire's marriage equality law. On March 21 the New Hampshire House soundly rejected the measure by a 211-to-116 margin.
Scott Moody draws conclusions based on the religious viewpoint of his organization and attempts to cloak theology in the guise of economics and statistical facts. Sadly for him, statistics don't support his assertions.
Proponents of repealing New Hampshire's marriage equality law are trying to obfuscate the reality that there is no real impetus for the legislature to take this action. There is scant evidence to suggest that they have anything but a tiny, noisy minority on their side.