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05/06/2009

Live Free Or Die State one step closer to fulfilling that promise

by Jeremy Hooper

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In its second vote on the matter, the New Hampshire House just gave final approval to that state's marriage equality bill. So now it's officially on to Gov. Lynch.


SEE ALSO: Our counter-ad to the one that's currently airing in the state.

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Your thoughts

I imagine it's a bit late for him to sign it today, but it'll still be a nice one-two punch to the anti-gay crowd (Maine today, New Hampshire tomorrow).

Posted by: Patrick | May 6, 2009 5:43:19 PM

One at a time, that is all it will take. Equality is inevitable.

Posted by: Vast | May 6, 2009 5:55:02 PM

But not for PELOSI, she say JOBS is all she can think about right now, not DADT or DOMA.

Posted by: LOrion | May 6, 2009 6:21:49 PM

Dominoes, I say! They're falling like dominoes!

Posted by: Dick Mills | May 6, 2009 7:44:03 PM

I have put a mailto link on my blog. I want everyone to do an email a day to Speaker Murphy in RI and Senate President Paiva-Weed.

It's ridiculous, RI will be the last New England state without marriage equality.

Posted by: Tony P | May 6, 2009 8:13:29 PM

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