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==='''[[BC2009#September|September 28, 2009]]'''===
 
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'''AUGUSTA, [[Maine]]:''' Supporters and opponents of the [[Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)|Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto]], also known as Question 1, released television ads. However, controversy arose after [[Stand for Marriage]] released their first ad on September 15. Questions arose regarding two claims in the ad: the legal ramifications and the changes on education if the law is allowed to stand.<ref>[http://www.wmtw.com/family/21045701/detail.html ''WMTW'',"Maine Marriage Ad's Truthfulness Questioned," September 22, 2009]</ref>
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'''AUGUSTA, [[Maine]]:''' Supporters and opponents of the [[Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)|Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto]], also known as Question 1, released television ads. However, controversy arose after [[Stand for Marriage Maine]] released their first ad on September 15. Questions arose regarding two claims in the ad: the legal ramifications and the changes on education if the law is allowed to stand.<ref>[http://www.wmtw.com/family/21045701/detail.html ''WMTW'',"Maine Marriage Ad's Truthfulness Questioned," September 22, 2009]</ref>
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 12:32, 28 September 2009

September 28, 2009

AUGUSTA, Maine: Supporters and opponents of the Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, also known as Question 1, released television ads. However, controversy arose after Stand for Marriage Maine released their first ad on September 15. Questions arose regarding two claims in the ad: the legal ramifications and the changes on education if the law is allowed to stand.[1]

See also

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* Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)

References

  1. WMTW,"Maine Marriage Ad's Truthfulness Questioned," September 22, 2009