Voters in Maryland, Maine, and Washington became the first in the US to approve marriage equality by referendum. I haven't seen much news coverage of this development, which is surprising because it represents the final stage of the amazing paradigm shift in the public perception of homosexuality.
Were you guys aware of these referendums? It seems that the failure of referendums was the rallying point of equality opponents in recent years. What's the rallying cry now?
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