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In the last ten years the federal courts have turned away every claim for protection under made by lesbians and gay men If lesbians and gay men want protection fromdiscrimination the courts said they should look to legislatures governors city councils -- the political branches -- not to To a very large extent the movement for lesbian and gay rights has taken the courts at has gone to the political branches for protection against discrimination And while won every political battle in the past ten years we have won a fair number Between passed laws outlawing discrimination as did scores and scores of cities At the urging employees many businesses adopted their own nondiscrimination policies and many to recognize lesbian and gay relationships Colorados Amendment 2 is the oppositions answer to the gay rights movements Amendment 2 says the state of Colorado will have two different rules for passing civilfor most citizens which lets the legislature or a city council decide who ought to be and a special rule for lesbians gay men and bisexuals which says they can never be Amendment 2 is designed quite simply to end the political debate about whether protected by civil rights laws for good The oppositions answer since it can not defeat In Romer v Evans the Supreme Court will decide if Amendment 2 violates the equal federal Constitution as the Colorado Supreme Court said it did The decision could and gay rights movement in three significant ways First the result itself will be important of course The effort to obtain state laws from discrimination continues If the US Supreme Court upholds the Colorado will be guaranteed the right to ask for the same civil rights protection that
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