A national group opposing same-sex marriage says it's gearing up to overturn a bill likely to pass in Washington state allowing gay marriage.
The National Organization for Marriage, an anti-gay marriage organization with one of the deepest pockets in the United States, said it's fully committed to getting on the ballot in November to repeal any legislation passed allowing same-sex marriage, The Seattle Times reported.
"We plan to submit a referendum on this to the secretary of state before the ink is dry on the governor's signature," said Chris Plante, regional coordinator for NOM. "We've got a major constituency; faith communities across the state will carry a heavy load on this. But they're not the only ones committed to retaining the current definition of marriage.
Find out more at Preserve Marriage Washington.