Final Update: The bill passed on a final vote of 94-52. This is not a veto-proof margin. Go here to learn what you can do to help a veto override happen.
UPDATE3 @ 2:30pm Friday: The bill gets its final reading and vote today. Currently they are debating a few amendments.
UPDATE2 @ 2:30pm Thursday: Well, they keep going into recess, and it sounds like although talk of the marriage bill has begun, there will be more debate and votes on the budget this afternoon before they get back to it.
UPDATE: Thursday’s calendar is here. The marriage bill is the 2nd item on the agenda. Live video info below.
According to Wednesday’s Vermont House calendar the House plans to begin debate on the marriage bill Thursday, April 2nd. The House session begins at 9:30 a.m.
You can listen to the Vermont House session by clicking here to connect to a live audio stream, courtesy Vermont Public Radio. Live video will also be provided by Center for Media & Democracy and also by WPTZ when the marriage debate begins.