So Maine now, huh? Sayeth the BBC:
Gay marriage is to be permitted in the US state of Maine after a bill was passed by both houses of the state’s legislature and signed by the governor.
Maine will be the fifth US state to allow gay marriage, after Connecticut, Masschusetes, Iowa and Vermont.
A number of other states, including New Hampshire and New York, are also due to consider proposals to legalise it.
Well done, New Englanders! Um, and Iowa. (Still having a hard time coming to grips with that one.) Oh, and Prop 8? Your days are numbered.
UPDATE: John notes that for those keeping score, there’s a nice map of marriage and civil union status in all US states over at Wikipedia.