SLIDES: Can Gay Marriage Clear the Senate Judiciary Committee?
Monday, January 28, 2013
But lost in the shuffle of that potential milestone moment is the fact that, for the bill to even get to the full Senate, it first has to pass the Senate Judiciary Committee.
And that’s no easy task.
Experts around the state agree that same sex marriage has a better chance of passing in Rhode Island now than ever before but the key hurdle will be getting through a judiciary committee that is, by all accounts, split right down the middle on the issue.
So who are the members of this key committee that may well decide the issue of same sex marriage in Rhode Island?
Take a look.
- NEW: Chafee Applauds Committee vote on Same-Sex Marriage
- NEW: Ciccone Wants Voters to Define Marriage
- NEW: House of Representatives Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill
- NEW: House of Representatives Will Hear Gay Marriage Bill Tuesday
- NEW: Marriage Equality Group Endorses 19 Candidates
- NEW: Religious Leaders Rally to Oppose Same Sex Marriage
- Gay Marriage Bill Introduced in Rhode Island
- Same-Sex Marriage Supporters Tout Victories in Election
- Marriage Equality RI Director Ray Sullivan: 13 To Watch in RI in 2013
- See How the Members Voted on Gay Marriage - the Official Vote