Connecticut Same-Sex Marriages Moving Forward Today
Even as the future ability of same-sex couples to marry remains uncertain in California, same-sex couples in Connecticut are tying the knot today, a month after Connecticut's highest court legalized the unions, reports the
New York Times.
However, Connecticut isn't expected to have the same rush on marriages as experienced by Massachusetts or California, two other states that also legalized same sex unions. That's because Connecticut has allowed civil unions since 2005, which for some couples has been sufficient.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on November 12, 2008 at 02:10 PM | Permalink
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