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Rally at the Capitol after the Supreme Court’s decision in October 2008 (Christine Stuart file photo)

The state Senate seemed poised Wednesday to vote on a bill which would codify the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing gay marriage.

Opponents of the bill say there needs to be language added to the bill that protects the religious liberties of businesses. Supporters say that sort of amendment would allow discrimination of same-sex couples.

Lawmakers seemed to be working on an amendment that would strike a delicate balance between the two.

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