Gay Marriage’s Ballot Test

As Jeffrey Toobin discusses at The New Yorker, in November, voters in four states—Minnesota, Maine, Maryland and Washington—will vote on same-sex marriage. “There is one unavoidable fact about American voters and same-sex marriage: every time the people have had chance to speak on the subject, they have voted it down,” Toobin writes. “Over the past decades, voters in twenty-eight states have passed constitutional provisions banning same-sex marriage.”

Read at The New Yorker

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