New Mexico: Are We A Government Of The People Or A Government Of The Courts?

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Are we a government of the People or a government of the courts?Today we share an important message from our friend Sen. Sharer:

Please, help me tell the NM Senate Rules Committee that NM is a government of the people and we, the people, must have the final say on what culture we raise our children in.
That committee will soon be voting on whether or not to allow you to vote on an definition of marriage for NM.  You can help us let them know that you want the people to define marriage in New Mexico, not the court!
The question should be on the ballot, so you can have a voice.  For that to happen, the committee must pass SJR 6. (Read here)
It is easy for you to contact the Senate Rules Committee Members:
Sen. Linda Lopez
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4737
Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4270
Office Phone: 505-881-4475
Sen. Jacob Candelaria
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4391
Office Phone: 505-847-5079
Sen. Stuart Ingle
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4702
Sen. Mark Moores
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4859
Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4482
Sen. Cliff R. Pirtle
Capitol Phone: 986-4862
Office Phone: 575-627-7786
Sen. Clemente Sanchez
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4369
Michael S. Sanchez
Capitol Phone: 575-986-4727
Office Phone: 505-865-0688
Email: Not available
Sen. Sander Rue
Capitol Phone: 505-986-4375
You can tweet to @NMLegislature and use the #nmleg and #nmpol hashtags on Twitter.
Please, share this information with everyone you believe shares your love for freedom for the people-for New Mexico families-in this troubled time.
Traditional Values Advocacy Committee
P.O. Box 1366
Flora Vista, New Mexico 87415

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