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Anti-Gay Marriage Prop Stays on Ballot

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This week, supporters of defeating Proposition 8 before it even hit November's ballot lost the battle. If approved, it will have the state only recognize marriage between a man and a woman, therefore making same-sex marriage a thing of the past. They argued the prop "involves a constitutional revision that can't be adopted through a ballot vote," says CNN, who also says they "contended that petitions circulated to qualify the proposition for the ballot contained material that misled readers about the measure's effects." Get ready for a heated campaign from both sides this coming Fall.