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01/03/2013

And now in right-side-of-history news: Marriage bills introduced in RI

by Jeremy Hooper

Ri-1The race to become the tenth state (plus D.C.) gains more steam:

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- With the 2013 legislation session in just its third day, lawmakers in the House and Senate introduced bills Thursday that would legalize same-sex marriage. [Providence Journal]

So now have Illinois and Rhode Island in the immediate race, with other states (Minnesota and Delaware, notably) in the 2013 pipe.

It's weird, this feeling that time is finally flowing forward. But it's nice.

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