Even with more Focus on the Family members than before, the GOP couldn't break a majority in the Gay Marriage ban. "Supporters knew they wouldn
June 6, 2006

Even with more Focus on the Family members than before, the GOP couldn't break a majority in the Gay Marriage ban.

"Supporters knew they wouldn't achieve the two-thirds vote needed to approve a constitutional amendment, but they had predicted a majority of votes. Instead, they fell one short, 49-48. That was one vote more than they got last time the Senate voted on the matter, in 2004. Later that year, Republicans gained four seats in the Senate...read on"

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