TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A constitutional amendment to protect traditional marriage will be on the November ballot in Florida because supporters gathered 92,000 extra petitions, or signatures, in about two weeks after learning a computer glitch had dropped the previous tally below the 611,009 petition requirement. John Stemberger, state chairman of the Florida Coalition to Protect Marriage, was notified Feb. 1…
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