As America prepares to make its choice in the elections, CNN ventured into the lives of voters around the country who are often overlooked in the traditional narratives about politics. In this installment, we visit the early voting state of New Hampshire, where a gay Republican is challenging his party on its same-sex marriage stance. As a gay Republican, Morgan defies the national pattern. By contrast, three-quarters of Democrats and Democratic leaners back same-sex marriage. Morgan sits in his spacious office in Londonderry, about an hour north of Boston, surrounded by photos and memorabilia celebrating the New England Patriots, team quarterback Tom Brady and legendary Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz. Morgan, who is in his second term on the Derry Town Council, also supports Trump.
New Hampshire Senate passes gay-marriage bill
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M ore than veteran Republican lawmakers, operatives and consultants have filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage late Thursday. The amicus brief , organized by former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, was filed for the four same-sex marriage cases the Court will hear on April 28 that could legalize the unions nationwide. Among the signatories are 23 current and former Republicans members of the House of Representatives and Senate and seven current and former Governors. Charlie Baker and former Utah Gov.
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On Wednesday, New Hampshire became the sixth state to allow gay couples to wed. The bill was passed after provisions requested by Lynch were added that ensured it would not force religious organizations that oppose same-sex marriage to participate in ceremonies celebrating it. The original bill exempted members of the clergy from having to perform same-sex marriages, but Lynch said he would veto it unless language was added that would also exempt religious groups and their employees from having to take part in such ceremonies. Lynch had long supported civil unions for same-sex couples — which afford some, but not all, of the rights and responsibilities as marriage — but had not endorsed marriage for gay couples. In a statement following the signing of the bill, he said the arguments he heard in favor of full marriage rights for gays convinced him that "a separate system is not an equal system.
What is the difference between a civil right and a human right? Simply put, human rights are rights one acquires by being alive. Civil rights are rights that one obtains by being a legal member of a certain political state. There are obviously several liberties that overlap between these two categories, but the breakdown of rights between human and civil is roughly as follows:. It is important to note that civil rights will change based on where a person claims citizenship because civil rights are, in essence, an agreement between the citizen and the nation or state that the citizen lives within.