Lawmakers in New Hampshire could vote to repeal the state’s 2009 same-sex marriage law as early as Jan. 18, the blog Boy in Bushwick reports. “The measure is expected to pass in the Republican-controlled state Legislature, but Gov. John Lynch, who signed the marriage equality bill into law in 2009, has said he would veto the measure. It remains unclear whether there are enough votes to override the governor’s veto.” Over 1,800 gay and lesbian couples have married in the Granite State, where voters overwhelmingly support marriage equality.
New Hampshire Could Pass Marriage Equality Repeal Next Week