Good news out of Arkansas yesterday. In a unanimous decision, the state's supreme court upheld a lower court's decision that the state's ban on same-sex adoption was an unconstitutional invasion of privacy. Supporters now say they'll try to pass a constitutional amendment to reinstate the discriminatory law.
Supporters of an Arkansas law prohibiting gay couples and other unmarried people who live together from adopting or serving as foster parents say they're considering asking voters to adopt the measure as a constitutional amendment.
Arkansas Family Council President Jerry Cox spoke after the Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling that struck down the law. He said during a news conference that the high court put the rights of adults ahead of the best interests of children.
Maybe they should ask Florida how well that worked out for them...