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“We have decided that if there is a window of opportunity, we’re going to walk right through that window,” Byrum claimed. “We will stay up all night long,” Byrum said.
“We can’t go to the ballot and lose. If we go to the ballot and lose, we won’t get support for a marriage campaign in Michigan for maybe a decade," Dievendorf cited.
Since Michigan has not yet chosen to extend its workplace protections to the LGBT community, people can legally be fired because they are gay, lesbian, bi or transgender – or simply because they are perceived to be non-gender conforming.
“We don’t want people to get married on Saturday and fired on Monday,” Calcagno said.