Oregonians may be voting next year on whether or not to overturn a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. Basic Rights Oregon filed an initiative Monday that would change Oregon law from the “one man, one woman” language voters passed in 2004. In order to put the issue before voters again, Basic Rights Oregon will have to collect 116,284 signatures.
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OPB | Sept. 22, 2016