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Same-sex marriage fight roils Maine

Polls indicate voters are split on adopting ban

AN UNEASY DECISION Governor John Baldacci, a Catholic, initially offered no support for same-sex marriages but he signed the bill on the same day the state Senate passed it. AN UNEASY DECISION
Governor John Baldacci, a Catholic, initially offered no support for same-sex marriages but he signed the bill on the same day the state Senate passed it.
By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / October 20, 2009

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SOUTH BERWICK, Maine - Just six months after Governor John Baldacci signed a law legalizing gay marriage in Maine, voters will decide whether to preserve it, making the state the latest battleground in the national fight over same-sex marriage. (Full article: 989 words)

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