3/21/12: New Hampshire House votes to table the bill 211–116. ref, refdone for now
3/17/11: The effort to legalize same sex marriage in Maryland was surprisingly unsuccessful. The hope is to get it passed next year (2012). ref
3/2/12: Maryland became the 8th state to redefine marriage as the bill was signed into law by the Maryland governor. ref. Signature gatherers have until 6/30/12 to gather all of the signatures needed to overturn the measure. ref
5/29/12: Activists turn in over twice as many signatures needed to place the measure on the November ballot giving the public a chance to veto the bill and over a month early. ref
11/6/12: Voters decide to redefine marriage. The law will take effect January 1, 2013. ref1, ref2done for now
3/1/11: A constitutional amendment limiting marriage to one man and and one woman is looking promising ref If it passes both chambers it will be on the 2012 ballot. ref
9/13/11: Both the House and the Senate have passed the measure and it will be placed on the May 8, 2012 ballot. ref
5/8/12: Marriage amendment was passed. It is the strongest possible marriage amendment. refdone for now
3/22/11: A constitutional amendment limiting marriage is looking promising in this state and will be taken up by the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow (3/23/11) ref. It will then be voted on by the Senate as a whole, if it passes, which is likely, it will have to pass both chambers again next year and then the voters would have to pass it in order for the constitution to be amended.
3/24/11:It passed the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday and goes to the Senate floor next week. ref
3/29/11: Indiana Senate passes marriage amendment. If it passes again in 2013 or 2014 it will go before the voters in 2014. The measure passed both state houses by very high margins.
2/13/14: The Indiana Senate decided to advance the marriage amendment bill without the second sentence. The next time this can be voted on will be in 2016. refdone for now