“Let to us vote. Let us vote,” 500 supporters of a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage rallied at the Capitol of Iowa.
Yesterday, I told you that Illinois was to study a bill allowing marriage equality in the state but the legislators decided to delay their vote.
The Attorney General of California asked a federal Court of Appeals to allow gay marriages and this, even if, the state Supreme Court has to decide the validity of the prohibition of the same sex marriage.
Finally, the gay marriage law in Maryland passed the third and last reading as I had spoken with you a few days ago. The senate voted in its favor by a vote of 25-21.
A big step has just been made towards the equality of the marriage in United States!
In New Hampshire, politicians try to remove the law of the marriage equality.
In Colorado, a bill was presented to the capitol to authorize civil unions.
It is now official, the House of Representatives of Indiana voted for the prohibition of gay marriage.
There is some change inside Baltimore. Even if recently the democrats said they were still against gay marriage, the Senator James Brochin declared that he supports the bill.