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08/04/2014

Third Florida judge in as many weeks calls discrimination what it is

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 10-98 Three judges in three weeks. That is the tally in Florida, where a Broward County Circuit Judge just became the latest to rule that the Sunshine State's marriage ban is unconstitutional. And this one throws out-of-state recognition into the mix as well:

BREAKING: Judge Rules Florida Must Recognize Out-of-State Gay Marriages [Towle]

Like the other two rulings, this one is stayed, meaning it has no practical application at this time. But it is another big step forward for a noble cause that has always had the momentum ingrained into its DNA and that is now experiencing an American that has finally caught up to its always-present truth.

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