In Maryland, the House Speaker requested that 2 committees instead of one studie the marriage equality bill what may push the bill to be passed.
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.
A new law to protect youth against bullying based on their sexual orientation and their gender identity was passed by West Virginia Board of Education.
Two lawmakers will push to pass a law to legalize the gay marriage in Washington the next year.
A bill was voted by the Senate of Connecticut in order to provide a gender identity protection to transgenders of the state.
California approved a bill, by a vote of 21 against 15, which encourages companies to give equal benefits to the spouses of gay employees.
The House of North Carolina approved a voter referendum in 2012 to ban gay marriage of the constitution of the state.
The Republican senators who voted for the gay marriage in New York and who help to pass it were rewarded by generous contributions to their campaigns.
Marylanders for Marriage Equality (Human Rights Campaign, Freedom to Marry and Equality Maryland) will try to push the legislation allowing the gay marriage in Maryland.