Sen. Susan Collins, Sen. Mark Kirk and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker are among 300 Republicans who sealed onto a crony of a justice brief during a Supreme Court in support of happy marriage.
The high justice has scheduled April 28 for verbal arguments
TIME a bid to uncover GOP support on a quarrelsome emanate is being orderly by Ken Mehlman, a former Republican National Committee authority who managed George W. Bushâ€™s 2004 re-election campaign. Mehlman played a identical purpose in 2013 before a Supreme Courtâ€™s preference to Californiaâ€™s Proposition 8, that criminialized happy marriage.
The Republican signatories embody billionaire David Koch, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Utah administrator Jon Huntsman, late Gen. Stanley McChrystal, tip aides in Mitt Romneyâ€™s 2012 campaign, and a horde of stream and former members of Congress.Â Baker, inaugurated in November, was a usually sitting GOP administrator to pointer a brief.
â€œOne of a points that we wish people conclude when they review a brief is that ancillary matrimony equivalence is, in fact, a regressive position,â€ Mehlman told TheBoston Globeinterview