Gay Marriage Laws in North Dakota

Gay Marriage Laws in North Dakota

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Gay Marriage Laws in North Dakota

North Dakota gay marriage is banned. DOMA is the name of the law that prevents North Dakota gay couples from marrying or creating any type of civil union. Clearly North Dakota's gay population is not treated well, especially compared to more liberal states in the country. 


In addition to DOMA, in 2004 a state constitutional amendment was passed that banned all gay marriages and unions in North Dakota. There is not much hope at all for North Dakota gay couples to live in the state as a union or marriage in the future, as the state will not recognize anything of the sort. North Dakota marriage laws give off an unwelcome feeling towards gays and even people who support gays.


In addition to North Carolina gay marriage laws, the state also discriminates against hopeful gay couples looking to become parents. The state and it's adoption agencies are another group of people who use religion as an excuse for not allowing gay couples to raise a child. They are legally allowed to discriminate against gay couples. The North Dakota gay community is not a large or vocal one.


North Dakota marriage laws will not support same-sex couples and most likely the poor couples who would love nothing more than to change the North Carolina Marriage laws and show everyone that they are not out to hurt anyone's way of life. North Dakota marriages will remain strictly between people of opposite sexes as there is no legislation allowing for change. 


With the support of the federal government North Dakota marriage laws are under no pressure to change. While some look at North Dakota as old fashioned it is the United States' own federal government that can not even realize that there are more than enough people that support change and people's right to love and marry who they want.  

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