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10/31/2013

50th state closer to being equality's 15th (*plus D.C.)

by Jeremy Hooper

Hawaii-1By a 20–4 vote, the full Hawaii Senate passed marriage equality.

Hawaii Senate passes bill to legalize gay marriage [Reuters]

The bill now moves to the House, where Democrats hold a huge majority, and then to the highly supportive governor's desk.

Passage is not assured, of course. However, if practicing your "Aloha," a word used for both hello and goodbye, I'd opt for the form that's used to greet rather than the one used when things depart.

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