On March 26, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Hollingsworth v. Perry case, which will determine if Proposition 8 — the 2008 ballot initiative protecting marriage in California — is constitutional or not.The outcome of the Supreme Court’s decision will impact the future of marriage not only in California, but also nationwide. So much hangs in the balance because it will be like the Roe v. Wade moment of marriage in America. For that reason, it is important for pro-family Americans everywhere to join the March for Marriage in Washington, D.C.
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On Capitol Hill, in front of the Supreme Court, we will proclaim the truth loud and clear: that God-ordained marriage between husband and wife is sacred and must not be redefined. We will rally to demonstrate how a growing number of Americans are uniting to defend the sanctity of marriage.
The march is being organized by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) alongside a broad coalition of pro-family organizations and leaders, including the TFP.
“No one has ever organized a national march for marriage before in this country,” stated Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage.
“This year, you have a chance to be part of history,” he said, “because we are not waiting for the Supreme Court to trample on marriage or our rights to vote for marriage before taking action! Now is our time to make history happen!”
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March for Marriage
March 26, 2013
National Mall, Washington, D.C.8:30am — Gather at National Mall location between 10th Street and 12th Street NW & between Madison Drive NW and Jefferson Drive SW
9:30am — March to Supreme Court and then return to the National Mall location
11:00am to 1:00pm — Rally at National Mall location
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