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Mormon Church Urges Members to Vote Against Assisted Suicide and Marijuana Legalization Measures

Eight years ago, the Mormon Church arguably tipped the scales in favor of California's Prop 8 ballot measure, taking away the rights of same-sex couples to be married.The Church is now trying to have that same effect on four separate ballot measures currently up in the air, involving assisted suicide and marijuana legalization.
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