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Illinois Gay Marriage: Advocates Say The Votes Are There For Bill's Passage

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The Windy City Times
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May 21, 2013

With the end of the Illinois' spring legislation session just days away, LGBT leaders say that equal marriage legislation has the support needed to pass by month's end. Sponsors have until May 31 to pass the "Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act," which would allow all couples, regardless of their gender, to marry. Failing that deadline, the bill's passage would be delayed for months. LGBT groups pushing for the bill say they are ready to see it come up for a vote.