Marriage equality comes to New Hampshire


Six states will soon recognize same-sex marriage

In a decisive vote, the New Hampshire House of Representatives in Concord followed the Senate’s lead in approving a bill aimed at securing religious liberties.  Grouped with two previous pieces of legislation advancing the freedom to marry for LGBT couples, the bill’s passage was the last move before the Governor one hour later signed all three bills into law.

“Today’s vote is in line with the majority of Granite Staters who support the freedom to marry,” said Mo Baxley, the executive director of the New Hampshire Freedom to Marry Coalition.