After all, St. Barney did co-sponsor the 2007’s legitimate ENDA, HR 2015.
That would appear to be some sort of crossing-of-the-rubicon, no?
What distinguishes Arora from other no voters is that Arora campaigned 2010 not only on the promise of voting yes, but even going so far as to promise to sponsor the bill.
And for a time, he delivered. He was among the introductory sponsors in 2011.
Friday when marriage equality finally did reach the floor of the Maryland House of Delegates, Arora voted no.
At this point, I’d like to run out and grab some White Castle hamburgers…
…but, I forgot: restaurants – even White Castles – are public accommodations.