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Vermont Legalizes Gay Marriage

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On the heels of Iowa's ruling last week, now comes Vermont. "The Legislature voted to override Gov. Jim Douglas' veto of a bill allowing gays and lesbians to marry," reported the Associated Press.

California's gay marriage law is still stuck in the state's supreme court. They have until June to decide if Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage last November, is law or not.