by Patrick Appel

New Hampshire legislators have voted down their marriage equality bill because of religious liberty clauses inserted by the governor:

State Representative Steve Vaillancourt, a gay Republican from Manchester, was a leading voice against the amendment securing religious liberties, saying that the House should not be "bullied" by the governor.

Now the bill goes to committee to try to resolve differences. Andrew's endorsement of the religious liberty compromise is here.

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