DENVER - In an unprecedented move that no doubt will resonate with chants of 'How about us?' in the Left Coast state of California, the Colorado senate has just passed a law approving same sex-marriages.
State spokesperson Sterling P. Tiggletucker stated that the bill passed by a vote of 39-16, which now means that gays and lesbians can marry other gays and lesbians.
Since Colorado was the first state to legally allow marijuana smoking, the door is now open for two gay guys or two lesbian gals to get married and celebrate their wedding day by legally lighting up and smoking some marijuana joints at their wedding reception.
Tiggletucker remarked that when the vote was announced a thunderous celebratory roar went up throughout the entire state that folks in the neighboring states of Kansas and Utah reported hearing.
Dozens of Colorado contractors are now on the job building hundreds of apartment complexes due to the astounding influx of out-of-state individuals who have said that they will be relocating to The Rocky Mountain High-Same Sex Marriage State.
SIDENOTE: Reports are that several ski resorts in Aspen and Vail are already starting to promote Same-Sex Wedding and Pot Party Vacation Packages.