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Changing hearts: how marriage was won in Maryland, and how we will win again in the future

By Jacob Combs Yesterday’s Los Angeles Times has a touching take on a chance event that might have made all the difference in bringing marriage equality to Maryland this week: A chance shake-up of Maryland House of Delegates seating assignments brought Republican Wade Kach face to face with gay couples who had come to make the [...]
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