The debate of same-sex marriage gets emotional. Tuesday, parents with gay children spoke out, seeking support despite religious conflict.
A campaign finance report shows that opponents of Maryland’s same-sex marriage law spent more than $160,000 to force a referendum on the issue this November.
Wednesday was a break-out day for supporters of the Dream Act. An active campaign is now underway urging voters to uphold a new state law that offers in-state tuition to undocumented students.
Advocates are close to gathering enough signatures for a referendum on Maryland’s new congressional map.
Republican opponents of Maryland’s congressional redistricting map expressed confidence Monday that they have submitted enough valid signatures to give voters a chance to reject it in November. Democrats questioned whether the GOP had reached its goal.
Opponents of same-sex marriage in Maryland are calling additional signatures to put the matter on the ballot an exclamation point.
Marylanders may be bombarded with ads for and against same-sex marriage. Supporters on both sides of the issue are planning their strategies which includes some high-level fundraising.
Marylanders can vote on whether to allow undocumented students to attend college at in-state tuition rates.
Attorneys for an immigrant advocacy group are trying to convince Maryland’s highest court that a new law to provide college tuition rates to illegal immigrants doesn’t belong on the ballot.
It’s official. The voters will decide if same-sex marriage will be legal in Maryland. The Board of Elections validates enough signatures for a referendum. And now, the nation watches to see if the state’s new law can survive the polls.
A major victory for opponents of same-sex marriage. Tuesday, they turned in double the number of signatures needed to put the issue on the ballot in November.
Supporters of a measure to allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges in certain circumstances are mobilizing for a referendum in November.