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OH judge acts in defense of marriage

by Jeremy Hooper


An Ohio judge just gave us a first taste of what our post-DOMA world might look like. Chris Geidner has the report and full decision:

A federal judge in Ohio ordered state officials Monday to recognize the marriage of two men that was performed in Maryland on the death certificate of an Ohio resident in hospice care who the judge says “is certain to die soon.”
KEEP READING: Ohio Officials Ordered To Recognize Gay Couple’s Marriage [Buzzfeed LGBT]

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