This week’s news is that the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that states can ban same-sex marriage in the state of Montana. This is a huge victory for gay and lesbian couples in Montana.
It is also a big victory for the state of Kansas because they finally have the courage to pass an anti-gay marriage bill in their state. Of course this means that gay couples in Kansas will no longer be able to marry each other.
The main reason for this is the number of gay couples who are married to same-sex couples. As you can see, the state of Kansas does not care who you say you are and how you act. It is a bad thing because it will do just that.
There’s a lot of talk around the internet about how this is a good thing for Kansas, but I don’t think it is. The only reason people think this is because they’ve been fooled by the media. What people need to remember is that this is a political issue and this is not what the state of Kansas wants to happen. The reason Kansas wants to pass this bill is because they know that there is a lot of pressure to make it law.
I know this is a lot of talk, but we have a couple of stories I wanted to talk about, but I don’t have time for it now. For me, the reason I was thinking about this is because the time is coming when the state of Kansas will be going to the polls and having a debate with a new president and then talking to the people who were there earlier.
This bill is really bad. I don’t want to get into the details of how bad it is, but the bill has the potential to hurt the people who are living in Kansas. In the state of Kansas, the bill would force people to drive at a certain speed for a certain distance.
People who were in the state of Kansas earlier should be outraged by this bill and have already filed a lawsuit to have it overturned, so we have to assume its going to pass anyway. But I really wonder if this bill is the reason why people from Kansas are going to be voting today. To me, this is a pretty clear sign of a lack of education in Kansas.
As I said, the bill would make it harder to drive in Kansas. But as it turns out, the reason the bill has already passed in the state of Missouri is that it was signed by Governor Jay Nixon.
What we’re talking about here is that it would require drivers to stop at a distance of 25 feet from the car in front of them. This would ostensibly make it easier to catch up on traffic. The bill would also make it easier to follow cars in the road, make it harder to follow speeders, and make it harder to see when a car is going to get to the next speed limit.
The bill was initially proposed by Missouri’s Republican State Senator Charles Baker, but the bill was heavily lobbied by Missouri House Speaker Ray Dellums, an anti-transit advocate who is also a conservative Democrat. The bill passed the House with just a few votes in the House, but it was blocked by then-Governor of Missouri George Ryan.