Ill. marriage question fails to qualify for ballot

08/15/2006 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Illinois voters will not see an advisory marriage referendum on the November ballot, after a hearing officer ruled the measure failed to gain enough valid signatures to qualify. But the measure's conservative backers planned to appeal the decision in federal court. The referendum would ask state lawmakers to pass a constitutional marriage amendment, which would then go before voters.

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