Horrigan signed on because he believes it continues New Hampshire's efforts toward marriage equality. The opinion said same-sex partners therefore should not have to meet a "higher burden by proving such details. State heterosexuals U.
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You are now following this newsletter. Try our new Search. Carol McGuire, R-Epsom, have teamed up on legislation to repeal the law. Retrieved 18 May Delivered every Thursday. Picado 80 S. The men had been charged with sodomy.
Frosh wrote that the opinion was issued not only for the purpose of clearing up murkiness in family law, but also out of "the respect and dignity owed to same-sex marriages as equal to opposite-sex marriages under State law. Certain factors presented in combination with each other have met this standard, including: verbal abuse, physical abuse, being the target of alcoholic tirades, being the victim of an unfaithful spouse in concert with other factsfear, severe distress, nervousness, weight loss, and suffering the consequences of intimidation tactics, death threats or other unseemly behavior, such as urination on personal property.
It should also be noted that proof of malicious intent or intent to cause harm is not required. Is oral sex adultery? The opinion said same-sex partners therefore should not have to meet a "higher burden by proving such details.
Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the offence. Three states specifically target their statutes at same-sex relations only: Kansas ,   Kentucky , and Texas. Archived PDF from the original on October 22, Archived from the original on January 26,