Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Here Comes the Groom: Same-Sex Marriages Will Soon Begin in Connecticut


Although the Connecticut legislature voted to recognize civil unions in 2006, the Connecticut Supreme Court recently held that the prohibition of same-sex violated the state constitution. Given the politics of Connecticut, I do not expect a successful drive to amend the constitution. According to the latest news from the Nutmeg State, gay marriages will occur as early as November 12, when the lower court will enter a final injunction ordering the state to permit same-sex marriage.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

How many states would this make allowing same-sex marriage?

Darren Lenard Hutchinson said...

My count: Mass, CT, and Calif. But California has a ballot initiative to make it unconstitutional. Tune in.

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