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But now Harris says he’s considering keeping the vote on hold until next January, though he has not ruled out a vote during the upcoming veto session, which runs October 22-24 and November 5-7, though the bill is more likely to come up near the session’s end. “I think we need to continue to work with folks in their districts and let them know how things have change,” Harris told Chicago gay weekly Windy City Times, a reference to the federal government’s recent decision to recognize for the purpose of benefits gay couples in a marriage but not those in a civil union. Illinois is one of four states where gay couples can enter a civil union but not a marriage.
Hopefully, there’s a lot of work going on behind the scenes that were not seeing. Because without it, voting in 2013 or 2014 won’t make much of a difference.