So Maine's lower legislative chamber has joined the upper chamber to pass an equal marriage law. I hope the governor does the right thing and signs it. It would bode badly for Democrats if he vetoes it.
But really, I'm happier that the D.C. Council has passed a bill to recognize the legal marriages between couples of the same sex from other jurisdictions. I'm guessing that the Congress won't overturn the act, and I rather think silence is more likely than reassuring voices.
The next step? Full marriage rights in D.C. But that'll surely stir up a storm -- and outsider's money besides to antagonize the situation. Funny, for instance, how the minister former mayor, turncoat-Council-member and laughing-stock Marion Barry got was from the suburbs. Makes you wonder about his commitments.
But enough of him and that for now -- a good day for D.C. and Maine.