Gay marriage will be put to a vote in four states: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington. Maryland and Washington will vote to approve or strike down legislation allowing same-sex marriage. Maine voters will decide to keep or overturn a ban on gay marriage. And in Minnesota voters will decide on adding an amendment to their state constitution that would ban same-sex marriage but allow for civil unions.
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