New Hampshire Marriage Equality Repeal Vote Delayed Until at Least February
A vote on a bill that would repeal marriage equality that was expected this week has been delayed until at least February, the Eagle Tribune reports:
Republican House leaders have delayed the vote on gay marriage, House Majority Leader D.J. Bettencourt, R-Salem, said yesterday.
"The legislation will not be considered for a floor vote until February," Bettencourt said in an email.
"We must deal with some critical financial and economic-related legislation first, as well as legislative redistricting, prior to any discussion of gay marriage," he said. "It's critical to keep to keep legislative priorities in their proper order."