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Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Iowa (Fucking Iowa? Seriously? Iowa?)
And now Maine.*

Going to be more. A few years ago it was 38% for and 55% against gay marriage, now it's damn near 50/50. A few more years it'll probably be 55% and 38% the other way.


*The house still has to pass and the Gov. still has to sign of course.

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sabrina_pandora
May. 1st, 2009 09:20 pm (UTC)
We sha-a-all over-co-o-o-ome...

Wendie and I have delayed getting married due to financial considerations- after all, we have to throw a decent sized wedding reception or we will have a lot of folks upset for not having been invited. But at this rate we might just wait long enough to get the laws changed and then we won't have to care, and can just do it without being legally clever.
silveradept
May. 1st, 2009 10:42 pm (UTC)
It was going to happen. Might make for a an interesting situation if California ends up being the last ones to legalize on this issue. Y'think that if all fifty states do it, he feds will wise up and repeal theirs, too?
sdaisyk
May. 1st, 2009 11:55 pm (UTC)
Pokey.
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