The Vermont Senate and House voted moments ago to override a veto by Governor Jim Douglas of the state's same-sex marriage bill.
The Senate voted 23-5, overriding the veto by a wide margin, while the House squeaked through with a 2/3 majority with a 100-49 vote.
Today Vermont joins Massachusetts, Connecticut and Iowa in allowing gay and lesbian couple to legally marry. The Vermont legislation goes into effect September 1.
All eyes are on California now. A ruling from The California Supreme Court regarding the repeal of Proposition 8 is due by June.