Montanans believe marriage is a fundamental right

The Supreme Court has already struck down the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act. Thirty-seven states — including Montana — legally recognize the right of same-sex couples to marry.

And next week on April 28th, the Supreme Court will hear a series of cases that could finally extend those rights to every American.

Montanans believe in personal freedom and the right to make a good life for our families. No one can tell us who we are allowed to love or who we can marry. That’s our business and ours alone.

Montanans, and a majority of Americans, believe that marriage is a fundamental right that should be extended to all Americans, regardless of creed or sexual orientation.