Thursday, October 31, 2013


By Mustang Bobby

Via ThinkProgress:

Wednesday evening, the Hawaii Senate passed marriage equality by a remarkable 20-4 vote as part of a special session convened primarily for that purpose. The House will begin consideration of the bill in committee Thursday morning, and it is expected to pass the full chamber with at least one vote to spare. Hawaii would become the 15th state to recognize same-sex marriage.

You might remember that the first inklings of same-sex marriage in the United States being a possibility began over twenty years ago with a case in Hawaii.

(Cross-posted at Bark Bark Woof Woof.)


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