New Hampshire state legislators have passed a revised marriage equality bill, which includes a provision exempting churches. Governor John Lynch has signed the bill into law. New Hampshire becomes the sixth state in the U.S. to legalize same-sex marriage.
As the marriage equality momentum builds, pundits begin to discuss just how much of an issue gay marriage will be in future national elections. It seems it's becoming less and less of a wedge issue.
Chris Matthews discusses today's development and it's impact on partisan politics with his guests on MSNBC's "Hard Ball":
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