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Same-Sex Marriage Likely Dead

The House of Delegates effectively kills a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage by sending the measure back to committee.

Gay Marriage Bill Moves Closer to Final Vote in Maryland

The House debates and rejects four amendments, including one to guarantee a referendum on the bill in 2012.

Uncertain Future for Same-Sex Marriage

The bill smoothly passes the Senate, but is thrown off course when two House Judiciary Committee members and bill co-sponsors do not show up for a voting session.

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Special Report front published April 29, 2011.

Same-Sex Marriage special report page Web produced by Maryland Newsline's Madhu Rajaraman and Alexandra Wilding. Reporting by Capital News Service's Maggie Clark, David Saleh Rauf and Kerry Davis; Maryland Newsline's Alexandra Wilding and Collin Berglund; and CNS-TV's Robyne McCullough, Stephanie Woods and Matt Brody. Editing by Capital News Service's Rafael Lorente, CNS-TV's Sue Kopen-Katcef and Maryland Newsline's Chris Harvey.

 

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