In Indiana, the state Senate has just passed a bill 40-10 to ban marriage for gays and lesbians. The House passed it a few weeks ago. Luckily, it can’t become law before the next legislature votes on it, and then voters have their say. Still, ridiculous.
Meanwhile, due to elected, poorly constructed wingnuts, the Montana House has been unable to get a bill out of committee to repeal the state’s law against, um, gay sex. This is, of course, goes against a Montana Supreme Court ruling, and also Lawrence v. Texas, but hey, it’s wingnuts. What are you gonna do?
Now you know about Indiana and Montana.