Four more states! Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington have made their opinions known.
Yesterday saw victories not just for Democrats, but for supporters of marriage equality too. Citizens of four states said 'yes, marriage should be legal for everyone!', and now it's up to legislation to officially follow suit.
Since the legalization of same-sex unions in six other U.S. states — Conneticut, New York, Iowa, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire — support of gay marriage has reached a fever pitch. Slowly but surely, Americans are coming around and abandoning more archaic views of marriage. It's only a matter of time, some say, until all 50 states allow gay and lesbian couples the same rights as everyone else, and none of this is even an issue anymore. But how long will it realistically take?
Read more about yesterday's incredible victories for marriage equality and how it all works by clicking over to The Stir: Marriage Equality Victories In 4 States Mean Hate & Bigotry Lost In America
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