A Most-Wanted List: Mayors Not for Marriage
BY Josh Hinkle
February 23 2012 5:00 AM ET
"Anyone who knows me knows that I surround myself with people who
reflect the entire spectrum of the community, from all walks of life.
It's the quality of the person that matters to me. I support anyone who
wants to help make this a better community, and I have no objection to
people's personal choices. Anyone who suggests otherwise is
disingenuous, at best. Here at City Hall, we adopted a domestic
partnership policy in 2006, one of the first for a government entity in
the state of Nevada. Anyone who wants to change that needs to approach
the legislature. It is not an issue the mayor's office has the power to
change." —Carolyn Goodman, Las Vegas
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