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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Equality Illinois
Illinois all but became the 15th state to enact gay marriage Tuesday as lawmakers passed the bill with only one vote to spare in the lower chamber, sending the bill to a governor eager to sign it.
With less than two weeks to go before their springtime adjournment, Illinois lawmakers are being pressured over whether they will make their state the 13th to approve gay marriage.
With less than two weeks to go before their springtime adjournment, Illinois lawmakers are being pressured on whether they will make their state the 13th to approve gay marriage.
Gay-marriage supporters on the hunt for their 10th victory are eyeing Illinois as a likely candidate and several other states as strong possibilities.