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November 6, 2012 at 7:17 PM

Gay marriage ahead in other states

Very early election results show voters approving same-sex marriage in Maine and Maryland and rejecting a constitutional ban against it in Minnesota.

With less than a third of ballots counted in all three states, The Huffington Post and CNN both show election results favoring gay marriage.

The states were among four with same-sex ballot measures. Results on Washington’s Referendum 74 are not yet available.

 

 

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