No on 2.
It's a waste of the state's time and resources, both banning gay marriage -- which isn't legal in Florida anyway -- and eliminating the rights of straight Floridians, including many seniors who live with an unmarried partner.
Whether you're for or against gay marriage doesn't even matter. It's already not allowed. Whether this amendment becomes part of Florida's Constitution or not won't change that.
What it will do is create more bureaucracy, interfere with people's lives, and invite expensive lawsuits.
Creating laws should be about priorities. How would *you* prioritize something that's redundant, intrusive, and expensive?
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