We are very nearly at 50% of the country if this doesn't nudge us past it, and if Wisconsin sticks, I think 20--and then of course 25, and 26--are the psychologically big numbers for the movement. At this rate, it could happen before a case hits the Supreme Court, where--unless those nutty jurists throw a wrench in the works--all of these machinations will become unnecessary, spreading to all 50 states.
BREAKING: Federal Judge STRIKES DOWN Wisconsin Ban On Same-Sex Marriage
U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb today struck down the discriminatory amendment to the Wisconsin state constitution preventing same-sex couples from marrying. The American Civil Liberties Union had challenged the law on behalf of eight couples seeking the freedom to marry in Wisconsin or to have their out-of-state marriages recognized. Two of the plaintiffs, Kami Young and Karina Willes of West Milwaukee, were legally married last year in Minnesota and have a newborn daughter. But because Young is the birth mother, she is the only one who is recognized as the legal parent on the birth certificate. . .
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