After months of legal battles, the gay and lesbian couples in the state of Connecticut have won the war – the Supreme Court of Connecticut has ruled that they do have the right to get married.
Taking Massachusetts and California as precedents, eight same-sex couples have asked for the right to say “I do” in Connecticut as well. This sentence only comes to recognize what the American constitution stated in the first place: the right of citizens to be treated equally when they apply for marriage license, not depending on Read More…
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This post was written by Dana Ciucalau on October 13, 2008