Why didn't The Sun print the names of senators who voted for or against gay marriage?

February 24, 2011

On one page of the Feb. 24 Sun, the names of the Baltimore police officers charged in a towing scandal are prominently displayed. Yet, on the opposite page, relative to the same sex marriage issue, The Sun did not say which state senators voted for and against the legislation. Considering how this issue is of such importance to both sides of the question, did you not think it important to list how our state senators voted so that their constituents would be aware of their position? Is this the "light for all" that your masthead reflects?

Chuck Marks, Perry Hall,

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