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.
Cross your fingers, the announcement was made on the Los Angeles times, we will know if the supporters of Prop.8 can defend or not the law. This decision will be made apparently during the next week.
For more details, it is here.
The House Judiciary Committee did not recognize civil unions. By a vote of 5-4, the law did not pass.
Hawaii is about to offer the civil unions for gays and lesbians. The Senate passed the bill.
Iowa was on the way to vote a law in order to prohibit all recognitions of gay and lesbian relationships such as the marriage and the civil unions but that failed.
President Obama evoked, during his State of the Union adress, gays in the military.
Last week, a bill concerning the marriage equality in Maryland was presented in the state senate, this week it has been introduced in the Maryland house of delegates.
From his facebook page, the Representative of State, Greg Harris, announced that “Governor Pat Quinn will sign the Civil Union Law on Monday, January 31. The signing ceremony will be in the afternoon in the Chicago Loop, and open to the public. Details will be announced early next week."