Swift Shift.

The nuptial playing field could fundamentally change today. Massachusetts lawmakers have voted overwhelmingly to repeal a 1913 law which bans out-of-state gays from getting hitched there. While in most cases citizens would have to wait 90 days after Governor Deval Patrick signs such a bill, the House of Representatives attached a preamble making the law valid as soon as Patrick spills his official ink. That’s expected to happen today. [Boston Herald]