And it’s not what you think. Nathan Koppel reports:
The Suquamish Tribal Council in Washington has formally changed its ordinances to allow same-sex couples to marry.
The change grants gay and lesbian couples all the rights afforded to heterosexual couples on the reservation, according to this report in the Kitsap Sun.
Is this the first Native American tribe to grant same-sex marriage rights?
No, that would be the Coquille Indian Tribe in Coos Bay, Ore in 2009, the Sun reports.
Now for a tougher question: What rights do same-sex couples married on Squamish land have once they leave the reservation?
Anyone see a trend? Questions answered here.