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A gay marriage bill has passed Maine's lower house, and goes back to the Maine Senate for final approval tomorrow.

The AP reports: "The proposal would make Maine the fifth state to allow gay marriage. But it's unclear whether Gov. John Baldacci would sign it. Baldacci remains undecided. Four states now allow same-sex marriages: Connecticut, Massachusetts and Iowa by court orders and Vermont through legislation. New Hampshire's Legislature is actively considering a gay marriage bill."

Come on! Where's the Illinois bill, guys?

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