In 2016, the Alabama legislature passed a bill banning polygamous marriages.
Since then, lawmakers have approved a similar ban for same-sex marriages, which would make Alabama the only state to ban a gay marriage.
But the bill has been met with widespread opposition.
“If Alabama has to ban two-parent polyamory, so be it,” said Mariah Wilson, a lawyer who filed a lawsuit against the bill.
In the past month, Alabama’s governor has signed into law legislation that would bar local governments from enacting local ordinances that allow same- or multi-parent same-gender marriages.
In February, Alabama voters narrowly approved a constitutional amendment that would legalize gay marriage, with 62% of voters in favor.
Now, as the state’s new governor, Jeff Sessions, looks to sign a similar bill, Alabama lawmakers are looking to see if they can get the bill passed by the statehouse.
A petition with more than 17,000 signatures was circulated by the group ALABamie.com to the state House of Representatives.
Alabama’s new House Speaker, Del.
John McDonough, said in a statement that “this legislation has a real chance of passing.”
He said the bill would help prevent more harmful laws like the one that blocked gay marriage from being passed in the state.
The bill would also provide protections for families with children.
“The best way to protect our children is to protect marriage between a man and a woman,” McDonaugh said.
“We need to do what we can to protect that.”
This is not the first time Alabama has tried to restrict same-parent relationships.
The state passed a ban on same-marriage in 2011 after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
That law, which banned gay marriages in several states, included protections for the rights of children.
In 2016 Alabama passed a similar measure to ban polyamorists.
This is the second time Alabama passed legislation restricting the rights and freedoms of same- and multi-family couples.
In 2015, the state legislature passed the Marriage Protection Act, which included protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
In 2017, the same year the law was passed, Alabama passed its second anti-gay marriage bill.
This law is the same one that the state is considering to ban gay marriages.
“It’s an attempt to undermine marriage in Alabama,” said Sarah Sifton, a professor of sociology at the University of Alabama.
“I don’t think the people who drafted this legislation are really concerned with protecting the rights or the freedoms of their citizens.”
In 2016 the state passed legislation that prohibited local governments in Alabama from enactING any law that would prevent or limit the legal status of same sex couples.
The legislation also prohibited any government from creating ordinances that would allow the legal recognition of same gender marriages, as was done in Texas, where lawmakers passed a law allowing same- gender marriage in 2017.
But a bill that was drafted by the Alabama Law Enforcement Officers Association, the largest group in the Alabama state legislature, called the legislation unconstitutional because it would prevent local governments, such as Montgomery, from enactors from enact laws that allow or deny the legal rights of samegender couples.
“Any law that makes it illegal for people to live in the county and have their marriages recognized and recognized in their own local government is unconstitutional,” said Rep. Chris Turner, a Montgomery Republican who sponsored the bill with Rep. Todd Rutherford, a former Montgomery police officer.
The ALOJA, which represents about 2,000 law enforcement officers, also criticized the legislation, saying the bill violates the state constitution.
“This bill is an assault on Alabama’s sovereignty and its people’s fundamental rights to life, liberty, and property,” ALOIA president Michael Boggs said in an emailed statement.
“Our constitution, not the federal government, sets the legal definition of marriage.
We are disappointed that this bill is being crafted to take away this fundamental right from those in our community.”
But Wilson says the bill will have a real impact on Alabama families.
“People are not going to go back to their homes and be forced to leave their kids in the back of a car for three days and come back to work, for example,” Wilson said.
If Alabama passes a similar law in 2017, it would allow for the local government to prohibit a person from marrying another person for a period of time.
This would allow an adult to marry an underage person, but would not allow a child to marry someone over the age of 18.
“Because this is an individual right, I can’t imagine anyone having the same kind of legal protection that we have for marriages,” Wilson added.
In a statement, Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange said that the Alabama Legislature’s current attempt to pass legislation banning same-and-multi-family marriages is unconstitutional.
“With the passage of