Archive for April 7th, 2009
The Washington D.C. Council, in yet another promising development for equal rights, has voted to recognize gay marriages. The legislation means that D.C. citizens can get married in a state that allows gay marriage and have it recognized upon their return to the nation’s capital. It is also viewed as a step towards legalizing gay marriage in the District. The Council overwhelmingly supported the bill, which still must be signed into law.
I think this could be a good example for states to follow. While it doesn’t allow for full equal rights, which would be allowing homosexuals to marry, it is a step in the right direction.
The momentum keeps growing.
Enjoy the true opening day, the Red Sox opener.
In yet another victory for equality, Vermont’s legislature voted to legalize gay marriage and overcame a veto from the governor. Vermont is the first state to legalize gay marriage with a legislature’s vote.
Recent developments have been promising for supporters of equal rights for homosexuals. Iowa’s Supreme Court struck down the state’s ban on gay marriage last week, and the actions of Vermont’s legislator are also promising.
Here is a link: Vermont legalizes gay marriage.
Hopefully this momentum holds.
Enjoy the victory.
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