Vermont's Senate has just voted to override a veto by the state's governor which blocked marriage equality for lesbian and gay couples. And, news reports indicate that the Vermont House is about to hold its own vote on the issue, too.
In short, lawmakers in Vermont may be just moments away from making the state the 4th in the country - following Massachusetts, Connecticut and Iowa - to recognize full marriage equality for all couples.
For live coverage of the Vermont House session, click here. And visit Queerty online for more coverage on the recent vote in the Senate.
Then, check back here at the PFLAG blog for updates on this developing (and exciting) story!