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08/28/2008

Good news for both jailbirds and lovebirds

by Jeremy Hooper

Are you a Californian?  Are you a fan of civil marriage?  Do you plan to get arrested sometime soon?  Well you're in luck, felonious Golden State romantics, for the CA Department of Corrections is currently developing new rules and policies that will give gay inmates will have the same marriage rights as hetero ones:

Corrections developing policies on gay marriage [Capitol Weekly]

Under the still-being-developed policies, inmates would be free to marry a non-incarcerated same-sex partner, though inter-inmate marriages would still be prevented (just as they are with opposite-gender couples).

Best part of it all?  Super easy access to handcuffs for the conjugal honeymoon!   

Worst part of it all?  The ol' ball and chain to whom you awake on a daily basis will quite literally be an ol' ball and chain!

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