If Maryland lawmakers approve a marriage equality bill during the upcoming legislative session, opponents of same-sex marriage have pledged to organize a petition initiative and put it before voters during November’s general election.
If that happens, marriage equality in Maryland may end up on the same ballot as the state’s Dream Act, which gives in-state tuition to college students living in the United States illegally.
As the Gazette reports, there are worries that a ballot referendum combination of marriage equality and the Dream Act could send both measures down in flames.
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