Evan Wolfson, Freedom to Marry’s founder and president, said it’s important to keep up the momentum in favor of same-sex marriage. “The only thing I come close to worrying about is that people think it’s going to take care of itself,” Wolfson, a veteran activist and litigator who has been working for gay marriage for three decades, told me. “I am very confident we’re going to get there, but it just doesn’t do itself. We have to do the work.”
Three states voted to legalize gay marriage in November 2012 — Maine, Maryland, and Washington — while another, Minnesota, voted against a proposed constitutional amendment that would have banned gay marriage in the state. It was the first time such an initiative had been voted down; the Supreme Court recently invalidated California’s ban, known as Proposition 8, but 29 states still have constitutional bans on gay marriage.
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