BY STEVE WILLIAMS
The Liberian Senate this week passed an amendment to the state’s constitution that would ban same-sex marriages.
Reports the AFP:
The amendment was made to section 2.3 of the constitution, which bans marriage between people who are already wedded to others and between close family members.
It adds “or persons of the same sex” to the text, as read by the chairman of the judiciary committee Joseph Nagbe.
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