The Illinois House adjourned May 31 without voting on equal marriage, dealing a stunning blow to LGBT families.
The Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act may not see a vote until this fall as the bill reportedly fell short of votes. The bill could still be called in the veto session later this year.
The lack of vote came to a shock to many. Chief sponsor Greg Harris previously told Windy City Times that he would 'absolutely' call the bill for a vote and that it would pass.
Backlash against Harris and other Illinois Democrats has been swift and fierce.
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