Monday, August 19, 2013

Hawaii religious leaders sign gay marriage appeal

Greater than 24 Hawaii belief leaders of several religions signed a solution Monday calling the problem to feed legislation legalizing gay marriage.

Jewish, Unitarian, Methodist together with other leaders read and signed the poster-sized declaration within an interfaith brunch within the First Unitarian Chapel of Honolulu.

"It's all about located on the very best side of history," mentioned Rev. Dr. Jonipher Kupono Kwong in the First Unitarian Chapel.

Kwong mentioned the specific groups would still press round the problem until increasing numbers of people are meant for gay marriage.

"We'll keep on doing the work until many of us are interceded out," Kwong mentioned.

The resolution asks Hawaii congress to improve civil marriage benefits of same-sex couples. Hawaii presently features a civil unions law, however, many express it doesn't go far enough in fully recognizing couples as married.

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