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US: Rainbow flags flown on Minnesota ‘Freedom to Marry Bridge’ ahead of Senate vote on equal marriage

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  1. Renamed a bridge, WOW, lets all move to Minnesota

    1. The naming is only for one week remember so do not get your hopes up just yet. Also the civil marriage equality law comes into effect in Minnesota on August 1, 2013 as well.

  2. Gay Activist 14 May 2013, 3:52am

    The list of US states is growing by the days, months, years, etc:

    California (conditional between June and Nov 2008);
    District of Columbia;
    New Hampshire;
    New York State;
    Washington State;
    Rhode Island;

    Add –

    “Minnesota” – to the above list.


    Both Illinois and New Jersey, but we need the votes in the lower House (the votes are already there in the state IL and NJ Senate)!!!!!

    Illinois progress is stuck in the lower House with only about 58 out of 60 votes and New Jersey progress needs an veto override vote of at least 3/5ths majority in both houses!!!!!!

  3. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 14 May 2013, 3:57am

    New Jersey House needs additional 12 votes and the New Jersey Senate needs another 3 votes for an veto override!

    Illinois has got until May 31, 2013 to get the additional 2 votes in the House and;

    New Jersey has until January 1, 2014 to get the veto override done…

    Otherwise both IL and NJ SSM bills lapse or DIE!!!!!!

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