Now that Rhode Island is on the cusp of legalizing gay marriage, which other states could be next? LGBTQ Nation reports:
At least six states are actively considering same-sex marriage legislation, three of which could see passage this year.
Delaware: The state’s House approved a bill last week legalizing same-sex marriage on a 23-18 vote. The bill now moves to the Senate. The measure has the support of Democratic Gov. Jack Markell. Recent polling finds a majority of Delaware voters support legalizing same-sex marriage. Delaware approved same-sex civil unions last year.
Illinois: The state’s Senate approved a marriage equality bill on Valentine’s Day. Supporters in the House say they’re still a few votes short but hope a vote is held before the General Assembly adjourns this spring.
Wanna place bets on which one gets there first? I think it will be Delaware…