Tell Your Congressmen to Oppose the Federal Same-Sex Marriage Law!

12/5 UPDATE: The U.S. Senate rejected religious liberty protections and voted to pass the disastrous (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act by a vote of 61-35. It now heads back to the U.S. House. To be clear, that means that the U.S. Congress is, leading up to Christmas, advancing a bill that will target for punishment by the government any charity, ministry, school, or other faith-based organization or individual that holds to the truth that marriage is only the union between one man and one woman.

While we are thankful that most of Kentucky's congressmen opposed the previous version federal same-sex marriage law, we must encourage Kentucky's congressmen to oppose final passage of the bill!

Original Alert: Seven years ago, on June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court invented a right to same-sex "marriage" and voiding the laws and constitutional provisions of at least 35 states which had defined marriage as between one man and one woman.

Now, Congress is trying to redefine marriage in federal law to enshrine the erroneous Obergefell v. Hodges decision!

The U.S. House, with the help of 47 Republicans, passed the same-sex marriage bill on Tuesday (July 19). Thankfully, Kentucky's Republicans were not among those that abandoned the party platform and wishes of their constituents.

Now, the bill is being considered by the U.S. Senate. In order to pass, at least 10 Republicans will have to abandon the party platform and the wishes of their constituents. Unfortunately, several have already pledged to do so and there is speculation that the same-sex marriage bill will receive the votes needed to pass.

According to CNN, Kentucky Senators Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell responded to inquiries in a noncommittal way by saying they needed to look at the bill. They need to hear from you, now!

Complete info below to identify your Congressmen - then you can email them on next page!

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