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Two days ago, for the first time, the District of Columbia issued a marriage license to a gay couple, joining Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont in allowing same-sex marriage.
Gay couples began marrying in Washington DC as soon as it was legal Tuesday morning, with some couples lined up in the wee hours in front of the Super...
As equality rises, homophobia will fall, and so will the need for using marriage as a bush we can use to shimmy over to the rights trough.
A new bill sets the stage for Washington, D.C. to become the next place where gay and lesbian couples can marry. The bill will pass the Council, but important challenges remain.
Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill said it appears unlikely that Congress will block a bill to be introduced Tuesday that would allow same-sex ...
Today, DC Council is expected to give final reading and pass legislation containing a provision that will allow the District to recognize valid marriages from other jurisdictions between couples of the same gender.
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