Bowling Green became one of several stops for a group of people traveling around the state speaking out against a proposed marriage amendment. The group, called "No on the Amendment," rallied around Fountain Square Park Wednesday afternoon, sharing personal stories and discussing how an amendment could hurt gay and lesbian families. Just weeks away from the November election, Kentucky voters will be able to decide if they're for or against same sex marriage. Members of the organization say they're going door to door, helping Kentuckians make up their minds. Louisville, Lexington and Owensboro are just a few other stops on the group's list. Georgia, Mississippi and Utah also have similar amendments on their November ballots.
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