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Illinois Gay Marriage Roll Call: Bill Supporters Reportedly 12 Votes Short Of Passage

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Story by Kate Sosin, courtesy Windy City Times:

Multiple reports suggesting that the Illinois same-sex marriage bill is short 12 votes are calling into question estimates that the Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act could face a vote this week.

Several newspapers are reporting that House Speaker Mike Madigan told reporters that SB10 was still lacking 12 votes and will not come up for a vote this week.

But information leading up to the vote might call those numbers into question.

Read the whole story here.

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