New Hampshire's marriage equality bill has been stopped in its tracks:
"The Senate passed the changes 14-10 Wednesday, but the House failed to
agree later in the day by a vote of 188-186. Opponents tried to kill
the bill, but failed. The House then voted 207-168 to ask the Senate to
negotiate a compromise. Gov. John Lynch said last week he wouldn’t sign the legislation without
language to better protect churches and their employees against
lawsuits if their beliefs preclude them from marrying gays."
So, the bill is still alive. It's going to take some more work, and a revote within the next two weeks is possible.