The Atlantic Wire: Marriage equality "very likely" in New Jersey, "moderately likely" in Virginia, and "not likely" in Mississippi

Since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act in July Marriage Equality has been moving along state by state. Currently, thirteen states have Marriage Equality with another eighteen states with active cases supporting marriage equality.

According to The Atlantic Wire, New Jersey is "very likely" to see marriage equality for their state with Virginia being "moderately likely" and Mississippi labeled "not likely".

A July 2013 Gallup poll reveals that 52 percent of Americans are in favor of marriage equality. Among those polled were eighteen to thirty four year olds, where the support for marriage equality goes up to 69 percent.

Read the full article at The Atlantic Wire, and tell GLAAD about marriage equality in your state.

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