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The House just over-rode the governor's veto by 100 - 49. So marriage equality is now the law in another state. This is the first purely legislative decision to enact equal marriage rights in one state and thereby a truly historic day for American liberty. Marc comments here. A reader writes:

It's snowing right now. There are so many things about this place that never cease to amaze me. Snow in April is one. The decency of so many people is another. My partner and I awakened this morning, resigned to what we felt was inevitable. I was too nervous to check the web for the news.

He called me to let me know: We still live in a magical place.

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