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  1. Jim Elliott says

    Any ads on this site are embedded by the ad company, not by the blog. I agree that autoplaying ads sucks (I really hate the ones the overlay the entire page!). Without the ads to pay for things, the blog would not exist.

  2. 604brian says

    Hawaii should benefit greatly from this law. I know this will be a wedding destination for a great many gay couples.
    Aside from the financial gains, this is a great day for the LGBT in Hawaii. Peace!

  3. Séamus says

    Congratulations and well done Hawaii. beautiful, emotional and touching video. Reminds me of the celebration in the New Zealand parliament when same sex marriage passed. Let’s hope the referendum in Ireland in 2015 had a similar reason for us to burst into song. Xxxxx

  4. Kenthomes1 says

    Well done Hawaii!! I grew up on the North Shore of Oahu, and I thought I would never see the day. Hawaii should have been the first state to have marriage equality, but that’s to the evil Mormon church and their henchmen, including right up to the last minute n this vote, it was delayed 20 years. So go screw yourself Mormon church, your days of holding gay and lesbian people as hostages in this country is thankfully coming t an end.

  5. James says

    Kiaora Hawaiki,

    Good to hear you in good voice and celebrating marriage equality in Hawaiian. I was in the New Zealand parliament when the gallery spontaneously sang our love song Pokekare Ana – the most moving and dignified celebration ever. Good to see our Pacific cousins in Hawaii celebrating similar way. Congratulations!

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