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Marriage equality in Maryland

Marriage equality in Maryland February 27, 2012

Maryland is about to become the eighth state to legalize gay marriage.

The Maryland Senate passed legislation Thursday night allowing same-sex marriage, setting the stage for a likely challenge to the law at the ballot box this November.

Twenty-five senators voted for the bill, with 22 voting against it. The legislation narrowly passed the House last week. Once Gov. Martin O’Malley (D), a key sponsor of the bill, signs the legislation, Maryland will become the eighth state with a same-sex marriage law.

Which means it’s time for me to do a little dance, grab some popcorn, tune in to Focus on the Family, and send Maryland a thank you note for all the blog content I’m about to get for the next few months.

Well met, Maryland.  Equal rights ftw.


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