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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed Gives the Best of All Reasons to APPROVE Question 6

There is one other important thing Marylanders should consider when they decide how to vote on Question 6. A recent Court of Appeals decision held that Maryland’s practice of recognizing legal marriages from other states, even if they do not … Continue reading

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Religous Support for Gay Marriage Equality

For those who think religon means opposition to equality, take heart in the below. From The Huffington Post: The Seattle Post-Intelligencer notes that 63 former Roman Catholic priests will publicly back Referendum 74, which would make Washington the seventh U.S. … Continue reading

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Support Marriage Equality in MD, Win Dinner with Hottie Josh Charles

Marylanders for Marriage Equality are raffling off a chance at dinner with MD Governor Martin O’Malley and Josh Charles, Baltimore native and hottie actor. O’Malley championed and signed House Bill 438  for gay marriage equality, which is up for a … Continue reading

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Final Wording for Maryland Gay Marriage Equality Referendum Set

and, in my opinion, this is the most clear language I’ve seen for any of the marriage referendums: Establishes that Maryland’s civil marriage laws allow gay and lesbian couples to obtain a civil marriage license, provided they are not otherwise … Continue reading

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Maine’s Gay Marriage Equality Referendum Wording Finalized

The final wording will be: Do you want to  allow the State of Maine to issue marriage licenses to same-sex  couples? Both supporters and opponets of the referendum seem pleased with the wording. From the Portland Press Herald: “We are … Continue reading

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