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DEVELOPING: LAX Gunman Kills TSA Officer Before Taken into Custody

image002A gunman armed with an assault rifle entered a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport today, killed a TSA agent, penetrated deep into the terminal before he was captured by police. Six other people were injured in the incident. The shooting sent hundreds of passengers streaming out of the terminal with many fleeing onto the airport runway. Dozens of flights to and from the airport were delayed or cancelled. It also triggered a “tactical alert” for the Los Angeles Police Department. The shooting began around 9:20 a.m. in the usually crowded terminal. Police Chief Patrick Gannon said the shooter was armed with an assault rifle, blasted his way past airport screeners and “got back very far into the terminal.” Police “tracked him through the airport… and engaged him,” Gannon said, eventually taking him into custody. The FBI quickly took a lead role in the investigation. Witnesses described the shooter as a short, young, white man, carrying a long-rifle and seemingly targeting TSA officers. One of the shooting victims was a TSA officer who died of his wounds. Six others were injured and taken to nearby hospitals. More

Magnetically-shielded giant gas cloud on collision course with Milky Way Galaxy

spaDiscovered in 1963 by the Dutch astronomer Gail Bieger, the Smith Cloud is one of thousands of high velocity clouds flying around the outskirts of the Milky Way Galaxy. The cloud is at least 2 million times the mass of our Sun. If it were visible to the naked eye, it would look 20 times wider than the full Moon. Traveling at 130 km a second, the cloud is only 8,000 light-years from the Galaxy’s disk. “Clouds like this may provide the fuel for our Galaxy to make stars. But they must be held together by something, or they’d disintegrate when they hit the warm outer part of the Galaxy – the halo. They wouldn’t reach the Galaxy’s disk, where the star-making is going on,” explained Dr. Alex Hill from Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, who is the lead author of a paper published in the Astrophysical Journal. Dr. Hill and his colleagues from the United States have found that the Smith Cloud has a magnetic field.
“It’s 50,000 times weaker than the Earth’s, but it’s probably still strong enough to keep the cloud together,” Dr. Hill said. “This is one of the few such clouds large enough for us to be able measure its magnetic field,” added senior author Dr. Naomi McClure-Griffiths, also from Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. “It seems the cloud is protected by a magnetic bubble, the same way the Earth’s magnetic field protects it from the solar wind.” Astronomers think origins of so-called high velocity clouds are mixed, some stemming from burst bubbles in the gas of our Galaxy, some being primordial gas, and some associated with small galaxies our Galaxy’s gravity is shredding from a distance. The Smith Cloud is probably either semi-primordial gas condensing from the halo of the Milky Way Galaxy or gas stripped from another galaxy. The discovery also could help explain how high velocity clouds remain mostly intact during their mergers with the disks of galaxies, where they would provide fresh fuel for a new generation of stars. Extinction Protocol

Two dozen women collapse unconscious during exorcism to rid ‘evil spirit or genie’ from Pakistan garment factory

demonWomen collapsed at a factory in Karachi after an exorcism to get rid of ‘evil spirits’ in their workplace.  24 workers fell unconscious as the owners of the Landhi garments factory tried to get rid of a ‘genie’ they believed was haunting the building.  ’The factory seemed to be overtaken by a genie or evil spirit as many of my co-workers have experienced mysterious incidents in the past,’ claimed Farzana Naseem, who arrived with an unconscious colleague in an ambulance.  ’A spiritualist was called to this morning by the factory owners to get rid of the suspected “jinns” but as soon as he began reciting different verses, the workers began falling unconscious while others ran out shouting and screaming for help.’ Emergency services were called to the Casual Sports Wear factory, in Landhi Export Processing Zone, to take the employees to Jinnah hospital.  The rescue workers say there was no supernatural presence in the building and the staff’s illness was down to a gas leak which caused the workers to faint. More
 

Israeli attack destroys Russian missiles headed from Syria to Hezbollah, US officials say

bombIsraeli military forces destroyed a cache of Russian missiles that the Syrian government was reportedly prepared to deliver to the militant group Hezbollah, U.S. officials confirmed Thursday. The officials stressed that the surface-to-surface Russian-made missiles were under Syrian military control in the country’s western port of Latakia, near a Russian naval base there. The officials said this attack is expected to follow the usual pattern of several other Israeli strikes against Syrian missiles that were apparently on their way to Hezbollah – neither the Israelis, Syrians nor Hezbollah are likely to acknowledge the missiles ever existed or the strike ever occurred.   Hezbollah is believed to have an arsenal of tens of thousands of rockets and missiles in Lebanon, much of the weapons coming through Syria. Hezbollah has controlled the Lebanese government for years and this spring joined the effort to defeat rebels trying to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. Hezbollah’s presence in Syria is said to have been a key to turning back rebel advances in a two-year war that has left more than 100,000 people dead. More

Chinese state media show plans for nuke strikes from Submarines on US cities.

subsChinese state-run media revealed for the first time this week that Beijing’s nuclear submarines can attack American cities as a means to counterbalance U.S. nuclear deterrence in the Pacific. On Monday, leading media outlets including China Central TV, the People’s Daily, the Global Times, the PLA Daily, the China Youth Daily and the Guangmin Daily ran identical, top-headlined reports about the “awesomeness” of the People’s Liberation Army navy’s strategic submarine force.  “This is the first time in 42 years since the establishment of our navy’s strategic submarine force that we reveal on such a large scale the secrets of our first-generation underwater nuclear force,” the Global Times said in a lengthy article titled “China for the First Time Possesses Effective Underwater Nuclear Deterrence against the United States.” The article features 30 photos and graphics detailing, among other things, damage projections for Seattle and Los Angeles after being hit by Chinese nuclear warheads and the deadly radiation that would spread all the way to Chicago. China’s sub fleet is reportedly the world’s second-largest, with about 70 vessels. About 10 are nuclear-powered, and four or more of those are nuclear ballistic submarines capable of launching missiles. More

DISTRESS OF NATIONS – 1000+ killed: October Iraq’s deadliest month since 2008

octIraq has just experienced its deadliest month in five years with over 1,000 killed amid spiraling violence, a topic that will rank high in talks between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday. The spike in deaths for October has created an atmosphere of anxiety and fear amongst the population since most of last month’s victims were civilians, according to government figures. A total of 855 civilians, 65 policemen and 44 soldiers were killed, according to information from the Iraqi ministries of health, interior and defense, released on Friday. According to data gathered by iraqbodycount.org, an independent organization that tracks the death toll in the country, the preliminary death toll in Iraq for October is 1,095 – the highest since April 2008, when 1,073 people were killed.  Of the 1,600 people who sustained injuries, 1,445 were civilians, while just 67 were soldiers, and 88 policemen. The data also showed that 33 fighters were killed and 167 arrested. The grim data was released as Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is in Washington for a meeting with President Barack Obama on Friday. The two leaders are expected to discuss the disturbing spike in Iraqi violence during his White House visit. Despite heightened security measures being enforced nationwide, Iraq has failed to escape the clutches of a deadly cycle of violence that has left many people – witnesses as they were to years of bloodshed that followed the 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation of the country by the US military – desperate for a return to normalcy. More

Israeli Flag Removed at International Sporting Event

flagThe Qatari body tasked with overseeing the FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha removed an Israeli flag from outside one of its venues, and state broadcasters whited out the Israeli flag on the swimming lanes as they were seen on TV, Doha News reports. Aspire Zone, a sporting complex in the Qatari capital, may have been responding to pressure from local groups that expressed opposition to raising the Israeli flag publicly. Following a tweet that showed a photograph of the Israeli flag alongside several others, a security guard told Doha News on Monday that the flag was removed. The FINA code of ethics states that any tournament shall have “no discrimination on the basis of gender, race, religion or political opinion.” Neither Qatari officials nor FINA have responded to inquiries over the flag’s removal. Charisma

Texas Floods Prompt Dozens Of Rescues; 2 Dead

AUSTIN, Texas -— Two men were killed as heavy rains across Central Texas swelled rivers and creeks and triggered flash flooding Thursday, prompting dozens of rescues across a region that’s been dealing with a long, punishing drought. About 10 miles south of Austin, one frightening rescue involved a couple whose SUV was swept away by floodwaters. They were forced to cling to trees for hours until a helicopter rescued them on Halloween morning. In all, the National Weather Service said, more than a foot of rain fell across Texas’ midsection, including up to 14 inches in Wimberley, southwest of the state capital. The storm system stretched across much of the nation, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf Coast, and carried heavy rain and strong winds. In South Texas, Houston motorists were slowed during morning rush hour because of downpours and sporadic flooding. Austin police reported that the body of a man 50 to 60 years old was found Thursday in the city’s flooded Onion Creek. The body was found in a pile of flood-strewn debris Thursday afternoon, according to a police report. Earlier, the Austin American-Statesman and KVUE-TV reported that the Caldwell County sheriff’s office said a man died Thursday after driving on a low-lying portion of road overtaken by flooding. The victim was swept out of his vehicle in Dale, south of Austin. More

Food stamp cuts hit millions

foodStarting Friday, Joyce Lewis and her family will lose $44 from their monthly food stamp benefits. The food stamps buy a lot of economical rice-based meals for the family — four adults and a grandson who live with Lewis in Spring Hill, Florida.  Occasionally, when her grocery store is running a deal, Lewis indulges the family with spare ribs or chicken. The benefit — totaling $800 for four adults — never lasts Lewis and her family a full month. ”When I get to the end, we always run out. I try to go to all the food pantries,” Lewis said. Food stamp benefits will be trimmed by $5 billion starting Friday, when a temporary bump-up enacted during the recession expires. Millions of families will be affected.  Lewis, 55, is worried because the cuts are coming at a bad time. Among other things, a second grandchild is due in January. She is also fighting the bank from foreclosing on her home. And even though she doesn’t smoke, Lewis suffers from emphysema, which prevents her from working. Lewis attributes the emphysema to a lifetime of bartending in smoke-filled nonprofit social clubs, such as Elks and Moose lodges. Her adult daughters who live with her aren’t in a position to work — one is a new mom, and another is due to give birth soon. The low point came this summer, when she didn’t have enough to pay the full electricity bill. Lewis needs power to run her breathing machine to treat her illness. So she pawned her wedding ring for $325. More

12 injured after double earthquakes strike NE China

chinaCHINA – There have so far been 12 reports of injuries after two earthquakes shook Songyuan City in northeast China’s Jilin Province on Thursday morning, local authorities said. A5.5-magnitude quake hit the city at 11:03 a.m. Its depth was eight km, and its epicenter was located at 44.6 degrees north latitude and 124.2 degrees east longitude, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center. A second 5.0-magnitude quake at a depth of six km hit the same area at 11:10 a.m, and at least three aftershocks of 3 magnitudes or above hit the area during the afternoon. As of 5:30 p.m., nearly 5,000 homes had been damaged in Qian Gorlos Mongol Autonomous County and Qian’an County. Local governments are still verifying economic losses. “I felt three quakes, and my house was shaking badly,” said Ju Shufen, a villager in Chaganhua Town, the worst quake-stricken area. “We heard sudden sounds similar to firecrackers and felt the house shaking,” said villager Li Jinlong, adding that he found cracks on house walls after he ran out of his home. Local authorities have relocated about 14,420 residents in Chaganhua Town. The Qian Gorlos Mongol Autonomous County government said all kindergartens and schools will be closed from Thursday afternoon to Friday. The earthquakes were felt in most parts of Jilin Province and some cities in neighboring Heilongjiang Province. So far, there have been no reports of deaths. The quakes occurred in the Songliao Basin, near the site of a 5.0-magnitude quake that hit in March 2006, said seismologists with the Earthquake Administration of Jilin Province.  The Jilin provincial government has allotted 10 million yuan (about 1.6 million U.S. dollars) in disaster relief funds to the quake-hit region. Relief teams have also been sent there. A shipment of 1,100 tents, 1,000 quilts and 100 folding beds has been sent to the area. Bottled water, bread and instant noodles are being given out to quake victims. Extinction Protocol

‘Major’ fireball spotted in U.S. Pacific Northwest: more than 200 sightings reported

fireballSIGNS IN THE SUN, MOON AND STARS – A giant fireball was spotted in the Pacific Northwest Wednesday, sparking more than 200 reports from observers. The American Meteor Society received at least 234 reports of a “major fireball event” over the Pacific Northwest and southwestern Canada around 6 a.m. PDT. Many reports came from Oregon, as well as Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Idaho and Montana. “A fireball is another term for a very bright meteor, generally brighter than magnitude -4, which is about the same magnitude of the planet Venus in the morning or evening sky,” Jim Todd from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry told the Oregon Coast. AMS experts say the meteor entered Earth’s atmosphere over Washington and traveled east to west, landing in the Pacific Ocean, Fox 12 reports. Individuals that saw the fireball describe the event as something extraordinary. “It was just amazing to see …. it seemed to come out of nowhere as we were gazing out the window at the starts and suddenly it was streaking across the sky so BIG and long tail …. gorgeous!” Charlotte V. of Wilsonville, Ore., wrote on the AMS website. “The event was very similar in appearance to a typical shooting star incident, however it was much larger, brighter, & seemed much, much closer to earth,” an observer from Beaverton, Ore., wrote. “The fireball portion was about the same size as the full moon on a low horizon during autumn. The tail was quite broad & lengthy, but the main ball of light shot sparkling bursts in all directions: front, rear, top, bottom.”
Fireballs are a common occurrence in the Earth’s atmosphere, Todd explains, where several thousand take place each day, mostly over oceans and remote regions hidden in daylight. Earlier this month, a fireball was spotted in Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and New Jersey. The event, which took place on Oct. 15, prompted more than 70 AMS reports by witnesses, Patch reports. “It lasted a very short time & was going quickly in a downward direction. I didn’t hear anything or see anything explode. It just came and went very quickly,” an observer from Center Valley, Pa., wrote. Most meteors are the size of tiny pebbles, but ones the size of a softball can produce light comparable to the full moon, according to the AMS. “The reason for this is the extreme velocity at which these objects strike the atmosphere. Even the slowest meteors are still traveling at 10 miles per second, which is much faster than a speeding bullet. Fireballs occur every day over all parts of the Earth,” the organization explains. 
Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth’s atmosphere and many other characteristics. On October 31, 2013, NASA reported 2 fireballs. –Extinction Protocol

Power outage across Gaza as fuel runs out

gazaGaza City – A shortage of fuel halted the production of electricity across the Gaza Strip on Friday, said the energy authority of the Islamist movement Hamas, which controls the Palestinian enclave. ”We have completely stopped the operation of (Gaza’s sole) power plant this morning at 6:00 am (0400 GMT) because we don’t have a single litre of fuel,” Fathi el-Sheikh Khalil, the authority’s deputy chairman, told AFP. An AFP correspondent in the Gaza Strip said the electricity supply had been cut off across most of the territory. Khalil blamed the power outage on Egypt’s destruction of tunnels used for bringing fuel to Gaza and accused the Western-backed Palestinian Authority of charging Hamas too much for its fuel. ”Less than 50 percent of the needs of the Gaza Strip are currently covered by electricity from Israel (and) we can no longer get Egyptian fuel due to the destruction of tunnels from Egypt,” he said.More

Fireball or UFO? Strange Object falling from the sky over Akureyri in Iceland

objectBizarre footage of a UFO falling from the heavens has been posted on the internet. In a 43 second clip uploaded to YouTube, a strange fiery object can be seen slowly descending from the sky. The unidentified mass, which looks like some sort of fireball, falls towards a settlement, identified as Akureyri in Iceland. As a handful of cars drive along the road in the foreground the object continues its inexorable descent. It ultimately disappears from view behind some houses, leaving the person behind the camera alone to ponder what they have just seen. Mirror News

Florida manatees dying at record rates, 769 Have died thus far

Toxic algae blooms that deplete the water of essential oxygen are killing a record number of manatees in Florida this year, biologists say.  A total of 769  have died trough Tuesday, making 2013 the deadliest year ever for the blubbery denizens of the deep found off the Florida coast, Save the Manatee Club announced. With more than two months left this year, nearly twice the number of manatees have already died compared to all of 2012, which saw 392 confirmed manatee deaths. The last record—766 dead manatees—was set in 2010, when an unusually cold winter and spring killed hundreds of the delicate creatures, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Manatees live near the coastline, and when the weather turns cold, they often shelter near springs or in warmer discharge canals at power plants to avoid the condition known as “cold stress,” which can weaken and eventually kill the aquatic mammals. ”With 2013′s catastrophic loss of manatee lives coming so close on the heels of the mass mortality suffered during 2010, the already difficult job to ensure the survival of these gentle and defenseless marine mammals has been made all the more challenging, and it’s not over yet,” said the club’s executive director Patrick Rose. More

DAYS OF LOT – Germany allows ‘indeterminate’ gender at birth

birthGermany has become Europe’s first country to allow babies with characteristics of both sexes to be registered as neither male nor female. Parents are now allowed to leave the gender blank on birth certificates, in effect creating a new category of “indeterminate sex”. The move is aimed at removing pressure on parents to make quick decisions on sex assignment surgery for newborns. As many as one in 2,000 people have characteristics of both sexes.  They are known as “intersex” people because they have a mixture of male and female chromosomes or even genitalia which have characteristics of both genders. The intense difficulty for parents is often that a gender has to be chosen very quickly so that the new child can be registered with the authorities, the BBC’s Steve Evans in Berlin reports. Sometimes surgery is done on the baby to turn its physical characteristics as far as possible in one direction or the other, our correspondent says. The law in Germany has been following a review of cases which revealed great unhappiness. In one case, a person with no clear gender-defining genitalia was subjected to surgery. The person said many years later: “I am neither a man nor a woman. I will remain the patchwork created by doctors, bruised and scarred.” More

Japan to start large-scale war games exercise

japanJapan is preparing to launch a major war games exercise today, in a calculated move to bolster its defenses amid rising regional tensions. An estimated 34,000 Self-Defence Force troops, accompanied by destroyers and F-2 fighter jets, are scheduled to take part in the large-scale exercise, which will run until November 18. Drills will take place on air, sea and land, with exercises including live firing and amphibious landings and trial scenarios enacting how troops can best defend an island under attack. At the same time, the Japanese government is also launching a global PR campaign, asserting its claims to two archipelagos disputed by China, South Korea and Taiwan with the release of on-line videos in ten languages. The war games were signed off by Shinzo Abe, the prime minister, who has made a point of taking an increasingly hawkish stance in relation to decades-long territorial disputes since coming to power last December. Japan has clashed repeatedly with its neighours in recent months over territorial disputes, the most high-profile being the Japanese-controlled Senkaku islands, claimed as Diaoyu in China. In a reflection of escalating tensions, Japan scrambled fighter jets on three consecutive days last week in response to Chinese military aircraft flying near Japanese airspace in the region. Japan’s rhetoric has also stepped up a notch, with Itsunori Onodera, the defence minister, accusing China this week of jeopardising peace due to its claims over the disputed East China Sea islands. More

Russian Bombers to Continue Patrols Over South America

Two Russian Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bombers currently on a tour-of-duty in South America will carry out a series of patrol missions over the region in line with the program of combat training, the Defense Ministry said. The nuclear-capable bombers arrived in Venezuela on October 28 and conducted patrols over the Caribbean before landing in Nicaragua on Thursday. “The crews are now resting and preparing for new missions. They are scheduled to carry out several patrols over the region,” Commander of the Russian Long-Range Aviation, Lt. Gen. Anatoly Zhikharev, said at a Defense Ministry meeting on Thursday. More

Defense Secretary Hagel calls out 9 states for refusing to issue military IDs to same-sex spouses

DAYS OF LOT – Nine states that continue refuse to issue military IDs to same-sex spouses of service members at National Guard facilities are “wrong” and causing “division among the ranks” that furthers prejudice, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday. He called out the states for the first time in a speech before the Anti-Defamation League in New York City. Hagel said he has directed the chief of the National Guard Bureau, Gen. Frank Grass, to “take immediate action to remedy this situation,” and to “meet with the Adjutants General from the states where these ID cards are being denied.” Texas this summer announced a “potential conflict” between state law, which does not allow same-sex marriage and the U.S. Department of Defense policy. The Defense Department is now abiding by a Supreme Court ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act that banned federal recognition of gay marriages. Texas, meanwhile, said the state would not issue ID cards to same-sex spouses at National Guard facilities, saying  those identity cards can only be obtained at federal facilities in the state. Since Texas’ decision, eight other states have made similar decisions: Indiana, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina and West Virginia. A senior defense official told NBC News that across those states there are “114 Army and Air National Guard sites that are not providing ID cards to eligible same-sex spouses.” More

All-Time High Unemployment: The Economic Depression In Europe Just Keeps Getting Deeper

The unemployment rate in the eurozone is higher than it has ever been before.  This week we learned that eurozone unemployment came in at an all-time high of 12.2 percent for September.  Back in January 2012, it was sitting at just 10.4 percent.  So anyone that believes that “things are getting better” in Europe is just being delusional.  In fact, the economic depression in Europe just keeps getting deeper.  The funny thing is that the mainstream media will barely call what is going on in Europe a “recession” even though the unemployment rates in both Spain and Greece are now much higher than anything that the United States ever experienced during the “Great Depression” of the 1930s.  There haven’t been as many headlines about the financial crisis in Europe lately because the ECB has been papering over the debt problems of the periphery (at least for the moment), but the economic conditions on the ground for average Europeans just continue to get even worse.  Later on in this article, you will read about a 25-year-old Spanish man with three college degrees that moved to London in a desperate search for a job who is now cleaning up poop for a living.  The economic collapse of Europe continues to march on, and there is no end in sight. More

Top Hospitals Opt Out of Obamacare.

The U.S. News and World Report has more bad Obamacare–is there any other kind?–news: The nation’s top hospitals may not accept many Obamacare policies.From the story: Americans who sign up for Obamacare will be getting a big surprise if they expect to access premium health care that may have been previously covered under their personal policies. Most of the top hospitals will accept insurance from just one or two companies operating under Obamacare. Will President Obama call these institutions “bad apples” as he has insurance companies that followed the “law of the land”–aka, his “signature achievement”–and canceled millions of policies that people liked? Good grief. National Review Online

Destruction of Syrian chemical weapons a ‘milestone’ but more can be done

The Syrian government has reached a milestone by meeting its “extremely important” November 1 deadline for the destruction of its listed chemical weapons and mixing and filling facilities, OPCW spokesman Michael Luhan told RT. Syrian authorities “functionally destroyed the critical equipment which is needed to run their chemical weapons production facilities. All of that has now been rendered inoperable,” Michael Luhan, spokesman for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), told RT on Thursday.  “This was an extremely important deadline and a milestone that we’ve reached,” he added. OPCW experts have so far visited 21 out of 23 chemical weapons sites across Syria. The two remaining facilities are currently too dangerous to visit due to military action between government forces and Islamist rebels. More

Is Judgment Far Off? Gay Wedding Ceremonies Taking Place at US Supreme Court

Four months after the Supreme Court issued two major rulings on gay marriage, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor on Tuesday presided over a same-sex wedding ceremony at the court building. Court spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg confirmed that O’Connor, appointed to the court by Republican President Ronald Reagan in 1981, oversaw the wedding of Jeffrey Trammell and Stuart Serkin. She left office in 2006.  It was not the first gay wedding ceremony at the court building. Over the weekend, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg presided over the wedding there of New York couple Ralph Lee Pellecchio and James Carter Wernz, according to a wedding announcement in The New York Times. In August, Ginsburg became the first justice to officiate at the wedding of a gay couple. At the end of June, the court struck down a federal law that denied federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples and paved the way for gay marriage in California by letting stand a ruling that struck down a state law that restricted marriage to opposite-sex couples. Gay marriage is now legal in Washington, D.C., and 14 U.S. states. More

DAYS OF LOT – Hawaii Senate Passes Bill to Legalize Gay Marriage

Hawaii’s state Senate approved legislation on Wednesday to legalize same-sex marriage in a state long popular as a wedding and honeymoon destination, voting overwhelmingly to repeal a voter-approved constitutional amendment banning gay matrimony. The 20-4 vote in favor of the bill, with three Democrats joining the state Senate’s lone Republican to oppose the measure, came two days after the start of a special session called by Democratic Governor Neil Abercrombie to take up the legislation. One senator was absent for the vote. If the bill is approved, as expected, by the state House of Representatives—where Democrats outnumber Republicans 44-7—Hawaii would become the 15th vote to make it legal for gay and lesbian couples to wed. A House committee is expected to hold a hearing on the measure on Thursday. No floor action in the lower chamber has been scheduled. Abercrombie has said the proposal was crafted to address opponents’ concerns that legalizing gay marriage would infringe on religious freedom. The proposal exempts clergy and churches from having to perform same-sex marriages. More

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