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04/23/2009

Crossing your CTs and dotting your 'I dos'

by Jeremy Hooper

CTSame-sex marriage has been legal in Connecticut for months now. But thanks to a measure passed yesterday, the change is now solidified in state law:

A decade-long battle for marriage equality in Connecticut ended when the General Assembly voted to update the state's marriage laws to conform with a landmark court ruling allowing gay and lesbian couples to tie the knot.
Vote caps decade-long gay marriage fight in Conn. [AP via Google]

Here's hoping that in the very near future, Martha Stewart won't be the only good thing that commutes from CT to NY!

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