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02/24/2005

by Jeremy Hooper

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AP: ITHACA, N.Y. - A judge has ruled against a group of same-sex couples who challenged the state's anti-gay marriage law after they were denied marriage licenses.

The 25 couples sued the city of Ithaca and the state last June, arguing that the law contradicts a 2002 New York statute outlawing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

Judge Rules Against Gay Couples in N.Y. [AP via Yahoo! News]

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