Senate President Pro Tem Peter Shumlin weighed in on the New Jersey same-sex marriage debate with a letter to lawmakers in which he implored them to just do it. You can check it out here
Shumlin says that as he campaigns for governor he doesn't hear anybody complaining about Vermont's passage this year of same-sex marriage legislation.
Shumlin's comments should come as little surprise to those who have followed the issue in Vermont. But New Jersey lawmakers also heard from Sen. Diane Snelling, who talked about growing up in a political family and learning to deal with losing. You can read her speech here
- Terri Hallenbeck
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