From today's Think Progress:
On Wednesday, the New Zealand Parliament voted 77-44 to approve marriage equality
in its final reading, making it the first country in the Asia-Pacific
region to do so.
The bill still
requires “royal assent,” a mere formality, and couples should be able to
start marrying in August.
Prior to the vote:
The final vote and aftermath:
Yet one more reason to respect and admire New Zealand's citizens . . . .