At first glance, the answer may seem obvious. Of course we do. But this has come into question as critics of the Religious Liberty Amendment, SJR 39, have attacked this amendment with unprecedented name-calling and misrepresentation.
The background for this amendment is the 2015 US Supreme Court decision Obergefell v. Hodges, in which the Court ruled that couples of the same sex have a fundamental right to marry. While the decision was definitive on the issue of same-sex marriage, it raised more questions than it answered.