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Revision as of 11:19, 2 December 2009

December 2, 2009

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Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida: In 2008, voters in Arizona, Arkansas, California and Florida decided on four same-sex rights related measures. A new report by the National Institute on Money in State Politics, revealed that a total of $101.1 million was raised on the same-sex rights measures. Despite the nearly even split in contributions in the four states, voters approved measures that restricted or denied same-sex rights.[1]

According to the report, Arizona Proposition 102 (2008), which banned same-sex marriage, supporters raised $7.8 million and opponents raised $823,000. Arkansas Initiative Act 1 prohibited unmarried couples from adopting or providing foster care to minors. Supporters raised approximately $137,000 and opponents raised about $332,000. In California Proposition 8 made same-sex marriage illegal. Supporters raised $40.5 million, while opponents raised $45.6 million. A similar measure in Florida, Florida Marriage Amendment (2008), banned same-sex marriage. Supporters raised $1.6 million, while opponents raised $4.3 million.[2]

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Approveda Arizona Proposition 102 (2008)

Approveda Arkansas Unmarried Couple Adoption Ban (2008)
Approveda California Proposition 8 (2008)
Approveda Florida Marriage Amendment (2008)
Approveda Marriage ballot measures

References

  1. National Institute on Money in State Politics,"The Money Behind the 2008 Same-Sex Partnership Ballot Measures," November 19, 2009
  2. Follow the Money,"$101.1 Million Raised Around Same-Sex Partnership Ballot Measures in 2008," November 18, 2009