Attorney General Pam Bondi’s attempt to explain away her preposterous claim that recognizing same-sex couples would “impose significant public harm” doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. Not even close.
In explaining her actions, Bondi claimed to be “defending the voters” who passed the 2008 constitutional amendment defining marriage in Florida as between a man and a woman. She stated that “anything less than the best defense of our voters’ policy preferences would disenfranchise the electorate, undermine the judicial process, and cast aside the professional responsibility that guides me every day as attorney general.”
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