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A key organizer in the ballot effort to overturn Ohio’s gay marriage ban says a revised proposal lacks the required signatures to go before voters this fall.
Supporters of the latest version of a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at overturning Ohio’s gay marriage ban can now gather signatures to get the measure on the ballot.
The Arkansas Initiative for Marriage Equality on Tuesday asked Attorney General Dustin McDaniel to certify the proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize same-sex marriage.
California’s governor has signed a bill that that will prevent local governments from banning male circumcision.
A new poll shows that half of voters in Pennsylvania would support a constitutional amendment to create, rather than deny, marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples in that state.
A California Senate committee unanimously approved a bill Tuesday to block local jurisdictions from banning male circumcision, a debate that evolved from a divisive ballot measure in San Francisco.
Voters in Maine will likely be weighing in once more on marriage equality in November, 2012, but this time it’s family parity advocates who are putting a measure on the ballot.
If a health advocacy group gets enough petition signatures, Los Angeles residents could be asked to vote on whether porn producers must require performers to use condoms on shoots as a condition of getting a filming permit.
A judge said Wednesday she intends to strike a ban on male circumcision from the city’s November ballot.
Legal counsel for the city of San Francisco says that there’s no way for the proposed ban on male infant circumcision can answer both state law requirements and constitutional muster.
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