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07/07/2009

If you like it, put a beltway on it

by Jeremy Hooper

200907070833-1Congrats, D.C. gays. While you still can't marry in your own district, you can, starting today, go to a state/nation that will allow you to marry your sweetie, and have your union recognized upon your return home.

WaPo tells you all you need to know to get started:

How Gay Marriage Recognition Works [WaPo]

So there ya have it: For the first time, de facto same-sex marriage has come to an area below the Mason-Dixon line. Can you be too far behind, Alabama?

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I wish Alabama was close behind :( we have a constitutional amendment against...hell, we just pulled the "interracial marriage is illegal" language out of our constitution 5 years ago!

Posted by: Jessica | Jul 7, 2009 12:07:07 PM

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