Coalition Seeks To Uphold Same-Sex Marriage Ban
A group of people against gay marriage is attempting to intervene in a recent lawsuit that asks a judge to overturn florida's gay marriage ban.
The group in Miami filed a motion to be present in the case and argue against it.
In January, six same-sex couples sued Florida, calling the ban on gay marriage unconstitutional - because it denies equal protection to some unions.
But the group claims the courts cannot undo the 2008 marriage amendment Florida voters put in the state constitution.
The original case was filed in Dade County Court in January.
There are no hearings filed yet.
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