Ct. couples rejoice at beginning of legal marriage on Nov. 12

December 2008
Empty Closet;Dec2008/Jan2009, Issue 419, p14A
The article reports that same-sex couples started marrying in Connecticut on November 12, 2008. It relates that the final order allowing the issuance of marriage licenses was issued by a lower-court judge on the morning of November 12. It notes that the 4-3 ruling of the Connecticut Supreme Court on October 10 replaced the 2005 civil union law, which had formerly been the state's means of granting same sex couples the rights and responsibilities of marriage.


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