Fort Lauderdale, Florida Commissioners on Tuesday approved a non-binding resolution in support of marriage equality.

According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the measure, sponsored by openly gay Commissioner Dean Trantalis, was approved with a 3-2 vote.

“If we're truly going to be an All-American city, we have to be a city for all Americans,” Trantalis said.

Fort Lauderdale, along with surrounding cities Oakland Park and Wilton Manors, has a large LGBT community and is a popular vacation spot for gay men and lesbians.

Resident Jordan Pearl was one of the few to testify against the resolution.

“You're mocking the beliefs of the religious community. You're mocking the Bible,” Pearl said. “You're saying that God, Moses and Jesus are wrong.”

Mayor Jack Seiler and Vice Mayor Romney Rogers voted against the resolution. Rogers said he “favors equality” but believes marriage “is a sacred covenant.”