Finally. A win for "equality" in the so-called Equality State.
The Wyoming House adjourned without taking action on a same-sex marriage bill that had already passed the state Senate. Passing the measure would have required a twette, said he didn't want to spend hours of floor time debating a bill that didn't have the votes to pass. The Legiso-thirds vote in both houses. House Majority Floor Leader Rep. Tom Lubnau, R-Gilllature is set to adjourn next week.
Another bill was still pending that would change Wyoming law to specify that the state would only recognize marriages between one man and one woman. Disagreement remained between the House and Senate over whether the state should allow same-sex couples who entered civil unions elsewhere to have access to the state court system to resolve any issues that arise in their relationships.