A Victory For Marriage In New Hampshire
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Gay marriage is on hold in New Hampshire.
Gov. John Lynch has demanded changes before he'll sign legislation that would make the state the sixth to allow gay marriage, but those changes failed by two votes in the state House on Wednesday.
Lynch, a Democrat, said last week he wouldn't sign the legislation without language to better protect churches and their employees against lawsuits if their beliefs preclude them from marrying gays.
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