Finally! Some good news at the end of a tough week for gay rights in America. The Chicago Sun-Times says:

Same-sex couples don’t have to wait until June to get married in Cook County under a federal judge’s ruling issued Friday.

“There is no reason to delay further when no opposition has been presented to this Court and committed gay and lesbian couples have already suffered from the denial of their fundamental right to marry,” U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman said in her ruling.

Cook County is, according to never-wrong Wikipedia, "the second most populous county in the US after Los Angeles County," with a little over five million people. I expect to see quite a few jubilant wedding photos tomorrow.

And if you want to do your part for Arizona, you might want to call the numbers below and talk about the expensive Arizona vacation that you're canceling because you don't want to support a culture of segregation: