Two potentially conflicting measures related to same-sex marriage
could appear on the November ballot — one seeking an up-or-down vote of
the people on new legislation legalizing gay marriages and another to
reaffirm current state law rejecting such marriages.
At the very least, their possible appearance on the same ballot could
confuse voters, who — regardless of their position on same-sex marriage
— could find themselves voting in favor of one and against the other.
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