It has taken lawmakers and leaders some time to catch up with the polls that have been showing for the past few years that a majority of Americans support full marriage equality, but with all the recent states joining in it seems like it's finally starting to happen. With the Supreme Court potentially striking down DOMA and returning marriage equality to California in June of this year we're getting ever closer to the tipping point of having a majority of the country's population in areas that recognize the freedom to marry.
'Lawfully married': Maryland ushers in 2013 with its first same-sex nuptials
BALTIMORE -- Seven gay couples in Maryland rang in the New Year with wedding bells early Tuesday, the first wave of nuptials since voters in the state backed the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Here's some coverage of the happy occasion by a variety of sources:
Congratulations to another state recognizing the right of same-sex couples to marry after voter approval – Maryland joins Maine and Washington as civilized states in our union. Happy 2013 to the Marylanders ushering in a new era of civil rights for its residents
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