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Well, our state government just refused to put the question of illegalizing gay marriage on the ballot. Yeah! If you could have heard the commercials saying people should be allowed to vote on this, etc. They made me ill. I am so glad that the majority of elected officials didn't let the pressure get to them. People were even trying to get the judge who first allowed gay marriage here fired.

Anyway, it has been legal here for a couple of years, and I haven't noticed any horrible consequences. Hopefully, when the rest of the country notices that we're not turned into a pillar of salt, it will become legal elsewhere too. And my future grandkids will be baffled that is was ever illegal. (Just like my kids can't believe segregation was legal such a short time ago.)