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O’Malley Welcomes Same-Sex Marriage Support By President

May 11th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Shortly after President Barack Obama threw his support behind the right of gay couples to marry during an interview this week, Governor Martin O'Malley welcomed the shift. O'Malley, who helped steer a bill allowing same-sex civil marriage to passage in Maryland in March, issued a statement praising Obama's statement backing gay marriage during an ABC interview. Maryland is one of two states with a same-sex marriage law that has yet to take effect. O'Malley signed the law in March, and it's scheduled to take effect in January, but opponents are collecting signatures for a November referendum. The Democratic governor said earlier Wednesday that he remains confident that voters would allow gay marriage if the referendum makes the ballot. On Tuesday, North Carolina voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. But Maryland is solidly Democratic, and O'Malley says he believes will look favorably upon the bill- viewing it as an equal rights issue…

2 Responses to “O’Malley Welcomes Same-Sex Marriage Support By President”

  1. May 12, 2012 at 1:46 am, Joe said:

    We the people of Maryland (with common sense)and a TRUE LOVE OF GOD will REPEAL THIS IN NOVEMBER and that is O`Malley needs a Special Session O`Malley wasted 3/4 of the regular session on this JOKE And TAX RAISES IN WHICH O`Malley Blew THE MONEY (again O`Malley thinks he can STEAL more MONEY from US)


  2. May 12, 2012 at 1:48 am, Joe said:



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