The marriage equality law passed by the Maryland legislature this year could be headed to referendum in November.
Opponents to Maryland's marriage equality law, which would legalize the marriage of same-sex couples, on Tuesday turned in more than 112,000 signatures, or about twice the number they needed, to send the law to referendum in November. The Maryland Catholic Conference and the Maryland Marriage Alliance joined forces to collect the signatures necessary to put the decision in the hands of Maryland voters. The Maryland State Board of Elections has about three weeks to verify the signatures. If the law goes to referendum, how will you vote? Take our poll and start a conversation in the comments section.