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House Judiciary Committee To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Today

The state House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a vote on the controversial measure for 3 p.m.

 

A vote by the state House Judiciary committee on a bill allowing same-sex marriage in Rhode Island is scheduled for a vote this afternoon at 3 p.m., the General Assembly Press Bureau announced.

The "Equal Access to Marriage" bill — submitted in the House by Cranston Rep. Arthur Handy and co-sponsored by Rep. Kenneth A. Marshall (D-Dist. 68, Bristol, Warren) — would make Rhode Island the last state in New England to allow same-sex marriages, and would recognize any civil unions as marriages.

According to a release from the General Assembly Press Bureau, "no further testimony will be taken at this hearing."

The agenda for the hearing is attached to this article.

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