Illinois Governor Pat Quinn is still on board with the idea of gay marriage in Illinois.
This comes after a string of headlines about the divisive issue, including the revelation that the CEO of Chick-fil-A opposes it. And, most recently, Democratic leaders agreed to address gay marriage at their upcoming national convention.
Quinn said he’ll continue to push for a change in policy.
“I do favor marriage equality when that bill comes before the legislature I hope it passes and if it gets to my desk I’ll sign it,” he said.
President Obama endorsed equal rights for same-sex couples earlier this year.
One day after that announcement, Quinn said that he agrees with the President’s stance.
Quinn also signed a law establishing civil unions for same-sex couples in Illinois last year.
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