SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — An Illinois bill to redefine marriage came to a halt in the last days of the legislative session, leading marriage advocates to criticize the notion that same-sex “marriage” is inevitable.
“This is a tremendous victory for the grassroots in Illinois,” said National Organization for Marriage president Brian Brown on Jan. 4.
“Thousands of people of faith telephoned, emailed and wrote to senators to oppose the redefinition of marriage,” he explained. “They overcome the machine that so often rules in Illinois politics, and they showed that nothing is inevitable about same-sex ‘marriage.’”
Brown praised the Illinois Senate for “resisting the push of political...READ MORE