Hawaii Same-Sex Marriage Debate Draws Almost 2,000 Testimonies (WATCH)

10/28/2013 08:32 pm ET | Updated Feb 02, 2016
Chad Blair

Over 1,800 people have indicated a desire to testify on the same-sex marriage legislation before the Hawaii Senate Judiciary and Labor committee.

Chairman Clayton Hee says that, with most testifiers limited to 1 minute of testimony, that still means the 1,800 testifiers would have to be divided by 60 minutes and then by 24 hours.

Doing the math, that works out to one day and a quarter of testimony. Perhaps as the hours drag on testifiers may choose to stand on their written testimony rather than repeat it orally.

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