Maryland Voters Do the Unprecedented -- Twice

Maryland voters narrowly approved one ballot measure allowing same-sex marriage and gave broad approval to another that extends in-state college tuition rates to some illegal immigrants. No similar measures had ever been enacted by a public vote in any state.
November 8, 2012

Maryland voters narrowly approved one ballot measure allowing same-sex marriage and gave broad approval to another that extends in-state college tuition rates to some illegal immigrants. No similar measures had ever been enacted by a public vote in any state.

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