Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Out-Of-State Homo Marriage

Boston, Jul. 29, 2008 ( - The Massachusetts legislature has approved legislation that would allow same-sex couples from other states to be married in Massachusetts.

By a landslide vote of 118- 35, the lower house of the Massachusetts legislature passed a measure that would repeal a law prohibiting the marriage of couples whose union could not be legally recognized in their own home states.

The legislation had already gained approval in the state senate, in a voice vote without any objection. Governor Deval Patrick has said that he will sign the bill, making Massachusetts a destination for marriage-minded homosexuals.
Further proving that Patrick hasn't done any good things for the state...

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