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06/26/2012

Report: Maryland Marriage Alliance broke because they had to rely on paid petition firm

by Jeremy Hooper

From Baltimore Sun:

The group trying to repeal Maryland's new same-sex marriage law filed more than enough signatures to trigger a referendum, but their finances looked far less impressive.

The Maryland Marriage Alliance raised a mere $5,000 in the past month -- and owes $88,000 to various vendors. The biggest unpaid bill, $74,000, is to MDPetitions.com, the outfit run by Del. Neil Parrott, a Washington County Republican. The group also owes about $5,000 in legal fees.
Same-sex marriage foes owe $74K to GOP delegate [Balt Sun]

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