N.H. Marriage Equality Bill Goes to Governor, Again

This just in from Reuters:

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) - State lawmakers approved a bill on Wednesday to make New Hampshire the sixth U.S. state to authorize gay marriage, but the legislation still requires the governor's signature.

New Hampshire's Democratically controlled House of Representatives endorsed gay marriage in a 198-176 vote, hours after the state Senate approved the legislation by 14-10 along party lines, making the state the fourth this year to back gay marriage in the United States.

According to The Washington Blade's twitter feed

We're told N.H. governor could sign the same-sex marriage bill before 6 p.m. Eastern.