What's next for Maine? The New York Times reports that a new law usually goes into effect in late June, but opponents can collect signatures to block any law and force a statewide vote.
Antigay forces must collect about 55,000 signatures within 90 days of legislative adjournment to put the question on the ballot. If they can reach that mark, then the state will vote on marriage equality in November of this year or June 2010.
Stay tuned, keep organizing. Let's not have a rerun of Proposition 8.