As some of you may be aware, Vermont began to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples just last night after a vote made back in April began taking effect at exactly midnight a little over four months after state lawmakers voted to override Gov. Jim Douglas’ veto of the legislation.
Vermont became the fourth state to allow gay marriages on April 7, when the state House and state Senate voted 100-49 and 23-5, respectively, to override a veto by the governor.
This is good news for gay marriage advocates who want all families, including those created through gay surrogacy, to be recognized legally across the country for the sake of their children, as well as the couples themselves. See both
www.surrogacy-eggdonation.com and www.ericksonlaw.net for more information on this option.
In fact, Couples and gay advocates will be marking the day with celebrations, one of which is a wedding reception in Essex that will benefit the Vermont People with AIDS Coalition and other groups.
Should this trend continue across the US? And, what about California where Prop 8 was passed back in November ruling same sex marriages invalid?
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