In little more than a month, Maryland’s same-sex marriage law goes into effect and the state attorney general has news that may make same sex couples and court clerks happy.
The bill allowing same-sex couples to marry in Maryland is now in jeopardy. Some leaders are stalling on the vote, but the House Judiciary Committee chair says there will be a vote on same-sex marriage Friday.
The General Assembly could take the issue of gay marriage a step further this year than it has in the past. There are two bills proposed in the Maryland Senate.