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Maryland residents split on gay marriage, new poll shows

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Maryland voters are split on whether to support the state's new same-sex marriage law if it goes to a ballot vote in the fall, according to a poll released Wednesday. The survey by the independent polling firm OpinionWorks found that 43 percent of respondents are in favor of repealing the same-sex marriage law, while 40 percent said they would vote to keep it.An additional 11 percent of...

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