A Kansas City law firm has uncovered what it calls a series of issues with SJR 39, the controversial proposal aimed at protecting those who refuse services to same-sex couples.
A memo from Husch Blackwell obtained by The Buzz suggests a series of issues that begin with the definition of “individual” in the measure and includes possible state Constitution violations.
Another issue: use of the “undefined term “marriage” in the proposed law.
SJR 39 has passed the state Senate is now under review in the House.
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The memo is attached.