In May of this year the District of Columbia passed a law recognizing the legality of same-sex marriages performed in states where they are legal.  Today, they voted 11-2 to legalize same-sex marriages performed in D.C.  The mayor of D.C., Adrian Fenty, has vowed to sign it.  Because of D.C.’s unique status, the U.S. Congress has 30 legislative days to review the bill.  If they do not act to overturn it during that time, it becomes law (and there’s not much chance they will).  It looks like D.C. will be the sixth jurisdiction in the U.S. to legalize same-sex marriage.