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Gay Marriage in Maryland

While we’re on the general topic of sex and culture, I should mention something I just learned that I have not seen remarked upon yet by others here in the Corner: The Maryland House of Delegates last night, reversing its decision of last year, approved gay marriage. The bill is expected to pass the Maryland Senate, which approved the measure last year, and then signed by Governor Martin O’Malley.
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