Should we have a vote? How many people think Scatt killed this thread?
The thread was killed by the same thing that kills all threads, an inability to come to an agreement on which definition of a word, with many definitions, each person wants to use.
I'm still wondering if Utah has a similar state constitution that will allow their voters to put this on a ballot, like WA St did. Our state legislature voted to recognize SSM but then religious "Family First" organizations were able to get enough signatures on petitions and get it on the ballot. Where it lost. But not all states are the same....Utah may not have such a provision or it's voters may not wish to challenge it.
Utah was one of the States in 2004 to ban both Same-sex Civil Marriage and Civil Unions in their State Constitution.
Kitchen v. Herbert (the recent Utah case) was in Federal Court not State court so a new ballot wouldn't mean anything. Unless it was a ballot to repeal 2004's Amendment 3 and make SSCM legal, in which case the District Court ruling in Kitchen would be moot.