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10/31/2012

Maryland's most circulated newspaper: Vote for Question 6

by Jeremy Hooper
The case for Question 6, which would affirm Maryland's law authorizing same-sex marriage, is simple. It upholds the principle that the law should treat everyone the same. Marriage is both a religious and a civil institution. Churches, synagogues and mosques have always set their own rules about which marriages they recognize, and this law does not change that fact. What it does is to ensure that no Marylander faces discrimination under the law when it comes to one of the state's fundamental institutions.
KEEP READING: For Question 6 [Baltimore Sun]

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