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Maryland's Same-Sex Law Could Set Tone For Nation

Oct 22, 2012 (All Things Considered) — Maryland's same sex marriage law passed the Maryland General Assembly in February, but soon after opponents collected signatures to have the legislation placed on the November ballot. If voters pass it, it will be the first successful referendum affirming a state law legalizing gay marriage.

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