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Friday, November 02, 2012

Maryland Voters Deadlocked On Same-Sex Marriage

WASHINGTON - Marylanders could make history Tuesday by voting to legalize same-sex marriage. Polls show the initiative, known locally as Question 6, is neck-and-neck in the four states taking up the issue, but supporters are optimistic Maryland could pull ahead in favor of gay marriage.

Members from both sides of the issue spoke on WTOP Thursday morning.

"This is a simple measure about equality and fairness for the gay and lesbian couples of our state," Maryland State Sen. Richard Madaleno, D-18, said. "I think the fair-minded majority ... will embrace that issue of equality, that sense of fairness."


Anonymous said...

the great state of maryland with all these democrats, who favor euthansia, abortion, gays, and then even have the nerve to vote God out of their party platform.
I say we give em what they want euthansia and abort them all!

Anonymous said...

Redefining the state of marriage is not the answer to equitable distribution following a long term commitment.