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04/17/2013

Delaware House Committee advances marriage bill

by Jeremy Hooper

Nunst010-1It's just a first step, but it's a nice one. By a 4-1 vote, the House Administration Committee just advanced the marriage equality bill (HB475) to the full House.

While it's early, this does put Delaware in the running with Illinois, Rhode Island, and Minnesota in the reasonable running for our tenth marriage state (plus DC). And you know what they say about numbers greater than: once you go double-digits, you'll never go back.

Okay, so no one says that. But we won't go back. Just trust me (and common sense).

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