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King: Governor wrong on taking gay marriage to voters

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Posted: Friday, September 20, 2013 7:30 pm

New Mexico Attorney General Gary King on Friday made his strongest statement yet on same-sex marriage and, in the process, took a swing at Gov. Susana Martinez — whom he hopes to face in the 2014 election for governor.

In a statement titled “Same Sex Marriage is About Civil Rights,” issued by his office, King said he disagreed with Martinez and anyone else who believes the matter of marriage equality should be decided by putting the question before voters in the form of a constitutional amendment. The statement was emailed as a news release and posted on the Attorney General’s Office website and Facebook page.

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