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Opposition to same-sex marriage drops in Md.

For the first time in Washington Post polling, less than half of Marylanders say they oppose a state law allowing gay or lesbian couples to marry. A racial divide on the question has narrowed, and blacks and whites are now about equally likely to say that gay marriages sanctioned elsewhere should be recognized as legal in Maryland.


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Poll finds gains for same-sex marriage
Article | Maryland residents are shifting toward a more positive opinion of same-sex marriage, with registered voters now narrowly supporting a law to allow it, a Washington Post poll has found.

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