The Washington, D.C. Council will vote today for the second time on a measure to legally recognize same-sex marriage there. The bill, introduced by openly gay Councilman David Catania, passed easily on the first vote earlier this month, and is expected to pass easily again today.
Mayor Adrian Fenty is expected to sign the bill quickly, and it then goes to Congress for a 30-day review period.And then, unless someone in Congress manages to derail it, it becomes law.
The vote is expected to happen between 11 a.m. and noon, EST, which means it could happen any minute now.
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