Vermont's "Happily Ever After"

A swing of the gavel, an explosion of emotion from spectators in the galley and from members of the legislature who rose to their feet to clap, and same-sex marriage was legal in Vermont. It's the fourth state in the country to allow same-sex marriage—Massachusetts, Connecticut and Iowa legalized it as a result of court orders—and the first in the country to do so through a vote of its elected leaders. Full Story »

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