My stance on "Immigration Rights" is that if you are here illegally, then you should have to leave.People who are here illegally set a bad example for all the people who are immigrating or want to immigrate here.The Obama administration has said it will no longer enforce the Defense of Marriage Act – the 1996 law defining marriage as a legal union between a man and a woman – meaning the issue is entirely in the hands of the states.Some states, such as Vermont, Iowa, New York and Massachusetts, have passed laws allowing gay marriage.Most of them just want a better life for their families.
" The process of coming here legally exists for a reason.But they could do so only if they did not divulge their sexual orientation, and their commanding officers were prevented from asking about it.As it played out, the law was criticized for forcing gay military personnel to conceal their sexual identities, effectively living a lie to serve their country.All the people who didn't come here by the law should have consequences.I think that gay marriage is ok because its their choice let them do what they want, i mean thats their pursuit of happiness and some people say the bible forbids it and whatever but honestly nobody can prove god actually exists so that doesnt matter to me and even if god did exist, it's not that time period right now, its 2017 friends, lets get with the times already, we need to adapt society so its right for this time period right now not the time period when jesus was supposedly doing his thang.By John Vettese, Student Voices staff writer When the U. Supreme Court handed down its decision in the 1954 case Brown v.Board of Education, the impact was felt across the nation.Hopkins that noncitizens are also covered by the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. Should the federal government be involved in protecting the rights of gay citizens?Should the Americans with Disabilities Act be broadened further? not one race gets more rights than another, and we call that equal. it doesnt partain to who you are or what race you are, you matter just as much as the person next to you.Ironically, one of the laws viewed as discriminatory – the U. military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy – was intended as a progressive act.Signed into law by President Bill Clinton, it allowed gays to serve in the military.