Marriage equality supporters circulate petitions locally

DeWitt, David
November 2013
Athens News;11/14/2013, p13
The article reports that according to Ian James, co-founder of the organization Freedom to Marry Ohio, voters from Ohio will vote on the constitutional amendment for equal marriage rights. It mentions voters can vote for the amendment in November 2014. It describes the amendment having three provisions including allowing of same sex marriages, giving freedom to religious institutions in determining whom to marry and allowing these institutions protection to refuse to perform a marriage.


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