Battle Over Gay Marriage Goes to Voters
The nation's turbulent gay marriage battle is moving to the ballot box this November in at least four states and potentially a half dozen or so more where voters will be asked to decide whether to amend their state constitutions to ban same-sex marriage.
by Kavan Peterson, Staff Writer, Stateline.org
At the same time they choose a new president, voters in Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi and Utah will vote on constitutional amendments already approved by their legislatures to ban gay marriage. Legislatures in at least ten states still could put gay marriage bans on the ballot this year.
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