We missed this last week, but figured you’d be interested to hear that Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano does not support a referendum adding an anti-gay amendment to the state’s constitution. But don’t get too excited, for she still wants to restrict marital definitions: “I believe marriage is between a man and a woman, [but] I don’t think the constitutional amendment is necessary. The voters of Arizona will have a chance to decide this. Personally, I’m going to oppose it. We already have a statute that defines marriage. The courts have already said the statute is constitutional.” [The Arizona Republic]

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