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Same-Sex Couples to Begin Marrying in November

Connecticut
Same-Sex Couples to Begin Marrying in November

Gay Connecticut couples will be able to start marrying sometime in November, though the exact date is not known, reports the Associated Press. Lawyers who argued the state's marriage case said Tuesday that couples will be able to pick up their marriage license applications beginning sometime on or after November 10. The exact date will be determined by a judge in New Haven superior court, where the case originated in 2004.

Gay Connecticut couples will be able to start marrying sometime in November, though the exact date is not known, reports the Associated Press.

Lawyers who argued the state's marriage case said Tuesday that couples will be able to pick up their marriage license applications beginning sometime on or after November 10. The exact date will be determined by a judge in New Haven superior court, where the case originated in 2004.

According to the AP, the state supreme court's ruling is considered official now that it has been published in the Connecticut Law Journal. Motions for reconsideration of the case will be accepted for the 10 days following that publication. Once the period ends, the superior court judge will be free to set the date for when gay marriages can begin. (The Advocate)

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