Well, the Aloha State is number fifteen, which makes 30% of this country same sex marriage legal.
It now may take protracted test cases in every other state, bringing home the point that not allowing us to marry is unconstitutional per the Supreme Court’s ruling last spring.
But why do we have to go this route? Did Congress and LBJ ask Alabama or Mississippi or other red neck states back in the 60’s whether they wanted civil rights legislation? Sure, there were a lot of rough bumps in the road before everyday life matched the law, but if same sex marriage is our constitutional right as citizens, it should have granted by fiat by the Court in June for ALL fifty states.