Legislators in Maine and New Hampshire have voted in favor of gay marriage.
Maine Gov. John Baldacci quickly signed his state's bill Wednesday. But New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch hasn't indicated what he'll do. Both governors are Democrats.
If New Hampshire's bill becomes law, Rhode Island would become
the sole holdout on gay marriage among the six New England states.
Iowa also allows it because of a court order. California briefly
had gay marriage, but voters later banned it.