November 4, 2009: Maine vote on gay marriage
on November 4, 2009
Today is the one-year anniversary of Proposition 8, a California proposition that altered the state constitution so as to bar gay marriage. Same-sex marriage is legal in a handful of states. Maine was one of them, briefly, until 53 percent of Maine voters voted against same-sex marriage in the state.
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