Map; marriage court cases pending

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    May 19, 2014 1:34 PM GMT
    things change rapid so difficult to say the map is 100%, federal district Judge in Oregon gives a noon ruling today.

    reference http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2014/05/judges-are-ready-for-gay-marriage-but-are-the-people/371005/

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    May 20, 2014 7:15 PM GMT
    Add Oregon and Pennsylvania to the list
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    May 20, 2014 8:04 PM GMT
    This is so over already and rapidly the decision(s) have been made, like why must we go through the motions when everyone now knows the outcome(s) icon_confused.gif


    Congrats to Pennsylvania today! #19, (I missed #18?)


    Judge throws out Pennsylvania's ban on gay marriage
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/05/20/pennsylvania-gay-marriage-ruling/9323521/
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    May 20, 2014 9:37 PM GMT
    This is so over already and rapidly the decision(s) have been made, like why must we go through the motions when everyone now knows the outcome(s)

    Fear, refusal to learn, old and outworn ideas. All proudly sponsored by NOM/the Mormon church, and the Catholic hierarchy.
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    May 20, 2014 9:44 PM GMT
    With Pennsylvania, we are ALMOST at the point where more than half of US citizens live in states where same-sex marriage is legal.
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    May 20, 2014 11:08 PM GMT
    scruffLA saidThis is so over already and rapidly the decision(s) have been made, like why must we go through the motions when everyone now knows the outcome(s) icon_confused.gif


    Congrats to Pennsylvania today! #19, (I missed #18?)



    1. Massachusetts (2004) 6,692,824(population)
    2. Connecticut (2008 ) 3,596,080
    3. Iowa (2009) 3,090,416
    4. Vermont (2009) 626,630
    5. New Hampshire (2010) 1,323,459
    6. New York (2011) 19,651,127
    7. Maine (2012) 1,328,302
    8. Maryland (2012) 5,928,814
    9. Washington (state) (2012) 6,971,406
    10. Rhode Island (2013) 1,051,511
    11. Delaware (2013) 925,749
    12. Minnesota (2013) 5,420,380
    13. California (2013) 38,332,521
    14. New Jersey (2013) 8,899,339
    15. Hawaii (2013) 1,404,054
    16. Illinois (2013) 12,882,135
    17. New Mexico (2013) 2,085,287
    18. Oregon (2014) 3,930,065
    19. Pennsylvania (2014) 12,773,801

    Also, DC (population 646,449) in 2009.
    As long as there is not an appeal, Pennsylvania will be 19. Utah, Michigan and a few others have been on the list before a stay was ordered.

    U.S. population 316,128,839
    People in states with marriage equality 137,560,349