For Immediate Release
Yesterday, the DC Republican Committee (DCRC), the DC equivalent of a state party, became the first Republican state party to insert inclusive language into its party platform leading up to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
According to a new poll, voters of New Jersey want a referendum on gay marriage.
Maine voters will have to vote in November to legalize or not the gay marriage. According to a poll, 58% would be favorable to equality and the No Special Rights PAC decided to fight against this effort.
Opponents to gay marriage in Washington think that the law recently approuved 'redefines' the word marriage. Rubbish!
Maryland will become the 8th state to legalize gay marriage as the Senate has just approved the bill.
Yesterday, Washington became the 7th state to legalize gay marriage following the signature of the Governor Chris Gregoire.
It is a premiere in New Jersey, the senate voted for the legalization of gay marriage.
Now we know Washington will be the seventh state to grant gay marriage. The House passed the law and it does not remain any more that the signature of Governor Gregoire who said she supports marriage equality.
It is the current question whereas Governor Chris Gregoire until now, as reports The Seattle Times, has supported giving gay and lesbian partners the same rights that married couples have today, but has never endorsed same-sex marriage publicly but it would seem that she could support it during a session next week according to sources.