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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
AUTOMATED BUS WASH SYSTEM
The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) is seeking Proposals from
suitably qualified Manufacturers of Automated Bus Wash Systems.
Packages may, on payment of a non-refundable fee of $1,000.00 be collect-
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The deadline for submitting sealed proposals is 3.00 p.m on September 11th
2014. Proposals submitted after the deadline specified will not be accepted
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SALT LAKE CITY---The Mormon church and four
religious organisations are asking the US Supreme
Court to intervene and settle once and for all the
question of whether states can outlaw gay marriage.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in
a statement Friday, said it joined a friend-of-the-court
brief asking the high court to hear Utah s marriage
Also taking part in the filing were the
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops,
National Association of Evangelicals, Ethics
& Religious Commission of the Southern
Baptist Convention and the Lutheran Church-
Each teaches that marriage is between a
man and a woman.
"The time has come to end the divisive
national debate as to whether the Constitution
mandates same-sex marriage," the brief states.
Multiple organisations and governmen-
tal entities on both sides of the debate
have filed similar briefs asking the court
to take up the issue.
The religious groups urged the Supreme
Court, on the basis of tradition and religious
freedom, to uphold a state s right to not allow
gay and lesbian couples to wed. "Legal uncer-
tainty is especially burdensome for religious
organisations and religious believers increas-
ingly confronted with thorny questions," the
"Is their right to refrain from participating
in, recognising or facilitating marriages
between persons of the same sex, contrary
to their religious convictions, adequately
shielded by the First Amendment and other
legal protections? Or is further legislation
needed to guard religious liberties in these
and other sensitive areas?" Last month, attor-
neys for three Utah gay and lesbian couples
formally asked the US Supreme Court to take
Utah s appeal of a favorable gay marriage rul-
ing by a lower federal court.
The plaintiffs said they asked for the review
even though they won at the federal appellate
court level because they want the Supreme
Court to weigh in on whether state same-
sex marriage bans violate the Constitution.
The high court is under no obligation to
take Utah s case or the others. (AP)
US churches want action on gay marriage
In this February 7, 2012 photo, same sex couple Janin
Kleid, left, and Natasha Jackson-Kleid talk in Honolulu.
The same-sex marriage debate returns today to the
same San Francisco federal appeals court that has
already issued two significant rulings in support of gay
weddings. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals will
consider separate lawsuits stemming from gay
marriage bans in Idaho, Nevada and Hawaii. So far, 19
states and Washington DC now allow gay marriages
even though the US Supreme Court has yet to directly
rule on whether states can impose bans. AP PHOTO
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