Marriage equality is a winner in Maine and Maryland11/7/2012
President Obama isn't the only American whose views on same-sex marriage have evolved since the 2008 election. Four states voted on same-sex marriage on Election Day: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington. In Maine, around 54 percent of voters chose to legalize same-sex marriage, a reversal of a similar vote in 2009 and the first time any state has approved same-sex marriage through a popular vote. Maryland voters were also projected to approve gay marriage. They join six states and the District of Columbia in allowing same-sex couples to marry. No official word from Washington state, yet, but the measure is likely to pass there, too. [Source]
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