A new group in Michigan is pushing to get marriage equality on the ballot next year, MLive.com reports:
A Grand Rapids-based group has formed to put a gay marriage proposal up for a statewide vote in November 2014. Marriage Michigan PAC aims to collect more than 300,000 signatures to get a same-sex marriage initiative on the Michigan ballot, and raise $10 million to help it pass. The time is ripe to push for gay marriage given the backlash over right to work and other lame-duck legislation passed by the Republican-led Michigan Legislature, said Chris Surfus, co-founder and president of the organization.
2014 could be another big year for marriage equality at the ballot box.