MONTPELIER, Vermont. — The Vermont Legislature on Tuesday overrode Gov. Jim Douglas’s veto of a bill allowing gay couples to marry.
The step makes Vermont the first state to allow same-sex marriage through legislative action instead of a court ruling.
New York Times Report
JG: At one time the U.S. prohibited a white from marrying a black and vice-versa. Those laws were sent to where they belong: in the trash can. The list in the title of this post will keep on growing until full equality for all is achieved.