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Washington to vote on same-sex marriage

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Same-sex marriage supporter, Pastor Percy Watkins. (Bob Keating/CBC)

In about a month Americans go to the polls to chose a president.

But that's not all they'll vote on.

Our neighbours in Washington State will also vote on whether to allow gays and lesbians to legally marry.
       
It's a question that divides Americans and has been voted on in dozens of states - never passing.
     
The CBC's Bob Keating took a trip to Spokane Washington and filed this story:


 

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