In the state that gave the US the first non-court odered civil unions, Connecticut may soon become the first state to allow gay couples full marriage rights. Connecticut legislators are expected in the next few months to take up a bill that if passed would allow same-sex couples to marry. This comes about two years after civil unions became law in Connecticut. It's hard to say whether or not a bill that will soon be filed will become law, but Senator Andrew McDonald (D-Stamford), one of the bill's co-sponsors said, "I think there's a very real possibility that we will be able to pass it in the Legislature." Here's to Connecticut today, perhaps New Jersey in a few years?