Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Marriage repealed in Maine

Or, so it seems, with most of the vote in. Observers expect there will be a recount since the vote results so far are pretty close, with 53% voting to repeal the state law allowing same-sex marriage and 47% voting to uphold it. Here is an article at ABC News.

Much to the disappointment of the National Organization for Marriage, however, pro-equality folks plan to continue their stance in favor of civil rights and do not plan to commit mass suicide, while the population that stands against civil rights has an older demographic and is likely to shrink by natural attrition over the coming decades.

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