September 14, 2012
- The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) launched a boycott of Washington-based T-Mobile after it announced support for marriage equality.
- The campaign has a Marriage Fact Check site that keeps up with all the misinformation being spread about the initiative. There is more information about NOM’s boycott there.
- The opponents of marriage equality in the state have had some campaign issues involving churches, which we’ve written about, and it appears that their newest policy still has problems.
- The latest SurveyUSA poll in the initiative says 56% of likely voters want to approve marriage equality in the state. 38% want the law to be rejected.