Hawaii News Now reports:
Governor Neil Abercrombie says he’s satisfied everyone’s point of view has been taken into account and he’ll decide soon whether to call a special session on same-sex marriage. “Everything that could possibly be said has been said. Every issue that could possibly be worked on has been, so it’s just a matter now of taking a look at what the final wording of the bill might be and I’ll make a decision very shortly,” said Gov. Abercrombie. The Governor was greeted with applause by same-sex marriage supporters as he ducked into a private caucus with House Democrats this morning. He says his principal concern is that people’s rights are respected.
It’s time – and imagine the money Hawaii will make from all the gay and lesbian couples flying there to marry!