ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — As more state legislatures around the country
consider whether to legalize same-sex weddings, an analysis of gay
marriage votes in eight states shows that Republican lawmakers who
backed it often faced consequences — including loss of their seats.
to roll call votes analyzed by The Associated Press, in the eight times
nationwide that state legislatures voted for gay marriage, just 47
Republicans bucked the party line out of many hundreds who voted against
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