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Md. Catholics coming to the capital Monday

Hundreds of Catholics from across Maryland are converging on Annapolis on Monday for an annual lobbying night — just as one of the major bills they oppose appears headed for passage. The House of Delegates on Friday narrowly approved a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage. The Senate, which passed a similar measure last year, could send the legislation to Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) by the end of the week.
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