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House committee sidelines bill to allow gays to marry

The support "is just not there," the panel's chairman contends

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 12, 2013

~~<p>The state House Judiciary Committee has decided not to hear a bill to legalize gay marriage, likely tabling the issue for this year.</p>
<p>Monday's decision came on a day when about 150 supporters for marriage equality gathered at the state Capitol to call on legislators to take up a bill before the deadline passes to move it ahead.</p>
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The state House Judiciary Committee has decided not to hear a bill to legalize gay marriage, likely tabling the issue for this year.

Monday's decision came on a day when about 150 supporters for marriage equality gathered at the state Capitol to call on legislators to take up a bill before the deadline passes to move it ahead. Login for more...



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