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07/06/2010

Golds banned Gold bands

by Jeremy Hooper

Just want to give a quick shoutout to G-A-Y friends Mitchell Gold and Tim Scofield (now Gold). The couple's June wedding got a lovely profile in this past weekend's New York Times:

On June 19, they were married at the Des Moines Art Center in a wedding that wGoldsas in some ways a celebration of Iowa, one of five states that permit same-sex marriages. As 92 guests, including Mr. Williams, watched, the couple said their vows before Judge Robert B. Hanson of Iowa’s Fifth Judicial District, whose 2007 ruling helped open the door to same-sex marriages in that state.
Mitchell Gold and Tim Scofield [NYT]

Traditional. Marriage. Protected.

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