Along with removing the language recognizing marriages as a union only between a man and a woman, if the repeal passes, it means that the state’s constitution will recognize all marriages, regardless of gender, and “that all legally valid marriages be treated equally under the law.” However, it would also give religious organization a right to refuse to officiate same-sex marriages. 

Groups heading up the Yes on Question 2 campaign, including the ACLU said that they are unaware of any opposition to the ballot question, but they wanted to get ahead of any resistance that could pop up. 

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