The enemies of equality are at it again. This time they are trying to put gay marriage, which has finally been legalized in Maryland, on the ballot. Needless to say, a referendum is not how to decide what rights citizens have; just as in many southern states in the 1930's segregation would have won by a wide margin, enemies of equality typically win when the issue is to be decided by popular vote, which is due to financial and organizational resources of anti-equality religious institution. One of their more heinous ploys has been to drive a wedge between gays and blacks, the two disenfranchised minorities.
In response to this, a group of residents of Maryland have organized to protect the rights of minorities. Marylanders for Marriage Equality need your help. If you are a Maryland resident, please take a quick second to sign their pledge to support marriage equality for all in Maryland.