According to a press release from the National Center for Lesbian Rights, three bills dealing with marriage equality and gay rights will be brought to a committee vote in the Wyoming House on Monday:
Three bills–marriage equality, domestic partnership, and non-discrimination–have just been introduced, and the first committee votes are only days away.
At noon on Monday, January 28, the House Corporations Committee will hear testimony on the marriage equality and domestic partnership bills. If one or both pass committee, they will proceed to a vote by the entire House of Representatives a few days later. On Wednesday, Jan 30, at 8 a.m., the Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony on the non-discrimination bill.
Yeah, we know it’s a long shot – this is Wyoming, after all. But isn’t it amazing to be at the point where marriage equality’s even being discussed in states like Wyoming and Florida?