As same-sex marriage
supporters celebrate victories in Washington and Maryland this month,
they are keeping a wary eye on New Hampshire, where lawmakers may soon
vote to repeal the state’s two-year-old law allowing gay couples to wed.
A repeal bill appears to have a good chance of passing in the State House and Senate, which are both controlled by Republicans. The bigger question is whether they can muster enough votes to overcome a promised veto from Gov. John Lynch, a Democrat.
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