Gay marriage effort aims for 2014 ballot

2013-06-19T11:07:00Z 2013-06-19T11:14:47Z Gay marriage effort aims for 2014 ballotCapitol Media Services Arizona Daily Star

Arizonans may get another chance to decide whether gays should be able to marry.

Paperwork filed this month seeks to put an issue on the 2014 ballot constitutionally defining marriage in Arizona as between any "two persons."

That would overturn the 2008 voter-approved amendment saying marriage is limited to "one man and one woman."

Backers need 259,213 valid signatures by July 3, to qualify for the general election ballot that year.

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