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11/06/2013

Hawaii one step closer to being infinitely more desirable (and profitable) wedding destination

by Jeremy Hooper

Hawaii-2Meanwhile in Hawaii, a joint House committee passed the marriage equality bill, setting up for a full House vote sometime this morning:

House committees pass Same-Sex Marriage bill, advances to floor for vote [Hawaii News Now]

After today's reading and vote, there will need to be another reading, likely by week's end. Then the measure will need to go back to the Senate, where an earlier version already passed, before it goes to the desk of supportive Gov. Neil Abercrombie, who will proudly sign.

And that, my keiki, is how this particular sausage—our sixteenth, potentially—will be made. Keep your fingers (or leis, as it were) crossed.

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