Amendment One Rallys 

Memphis, choose your side. This weekend, there will be conflicting awareness-raising events representing both sides of Amendment One. Amendment One ...

, if passed, would constitutionally recognize only marriages between a man and a woman. Same-sex marriage is already illegal in the state.

RealMarriage.org and its "Vote Yes" bus will make its last stop of a five-day statewide tour at the Agricenter on Saturday, November 3rd at 4 p.m. The public is invited.

Meanwhile, supporters of the Memphis Gay Lesbian Community Center have been holding up anti-amendment signs on various street corners since September. On Saturday, they'll be at Union and McLean from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday, the group will be at the Union and McLean and Poplar and McClean at various times. The public is invited to join them.

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