BREAKING: SB 68 likely to die

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We’ve just got word from the Cincinnati Inquirer and Deborah Yetter at the Courier-Journal that SB 68 will probably die.  More details here.

Senator Tapp acknowledged that it was too late to vote on the bill. Even if it passes the Senate, there would only be three days left to vote on it in the KY House, which doesn’t appear likely at all.

This is great news, especially to children across the state who are in need of homes. While SB 68 is not officially “dead” yet, it looks like it will more than likely be rescinded.

Senator Tapp, however, wants to propose the bill again next year, so this is not over.

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3 Responses to “BREAKING: SB 68 likely to die”

  1. Dan Says:

    THANK GOD! Tapp is ridiculous if he thinks anyone will believe he is trying to do whats in the best interest of kids in need of adoption.

    I have been reading today about SB68. That bill is crazy, and I really feel compelled to share the guy’s blog I was reading because he seems to make a lot of sense. I think some people don’t really know what the bill means for the gay community, but for the state of Kentucky as well. Anyway, the guy’s blog is at michaelmaupin.com. He has several blog entries about the bill, but he also has a story about his sexuality too. That was really cool to read because the guy says he isn’t gay, but for sure is doing some stuff to explain why the bill is bogus.

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