February 1, 2012
By Jacob Combs
As we reported earlier this week, the full Washington Senate will vote on a proposed marriage equality bill today. The measure is expected to pass the chamber, since the 25 votes needed for passage have already been pledged. Several legislators have yet to announce which way they will vote, so it’s possible the vote with pass with a more comfortable margin.
The Senate will convene from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. TVW will have a live stream of the vote on its website.
Update (12 pm PST): As many have noted in the comments, the Senate has recessed until 6 pm, when the marriage equality bill, SB 6239, will be up for debate and a vote.