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NH Senate Sends Approved Marriage Equality Amendment to House

Nh An amendment requested by Governor John Lynch to the marriage equality bill recently passed by the legislature has been approved by the Senate and sent to the House:

"The 14-10 party-line vote in the Senate accepted Lynch's proposed language. If the House also approves the amendment, the governor could have the bill on his desk as early as Wednesday afternoon. The House previously passed the same-sex marriage bill 178-167."

The House is currently considering the bill.

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  1. We could add state number 6 to the list by the end of the day! This is so exciting!!!

    CA, NY need to get their heads checked.

    Posted by: Andalusian Dog | May 20, 2009 2:43:07 PM


  2. We just lost New Hampshire. The House rejected the bill.

    Posted by: JohnInManhattan | May 20, 2009 3:42:36 PM


  3. JIM, where are you seeing that? The most current piece (from the WSJ) I can find on Google News still says the House is looking at it.

    Posted by: stephen k | May 20, 2009 3:49:43 PM


  4. Here's a link to Reuters about the bill being rejected: http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idUSN2050926720090520

    Posted by: Jeremy in Orlando | May 20, 2009 8:43:44 PM


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