Rhode Island, the smallest state in the nation, is headed for some big marriage-equality goals this year.
Ray Sullivan, the executive director of Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI), tells Queerty that a gay marriage bill will “absolutely” be introduced into the legislature tomorrow—the last day to introduce bills.
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