Washington D.C. Approves Marriage Equality in an 11-2 Vote


UPDATE: Marriage equality has passed 11-2. D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty is expected to quickly sign the bill into law
and it will then go to Congress, where it will be reviewed for 30 days.
Barring opposition, it will become law. In early October, the Washington Post said that Congress was unlikely to block the bill.


Chris Geidner (of Law Dork) just tweeted this photo from inside the D.C. Council chamber. Council is set to take the second of two votes shortly on marriage equality in the District. I posted about the rally held last night earlier.