Same-Gender Marriage Recognized in 6 More States

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holder1The federal government will recognize same-gender marriage in another six states and extend federal benefits to those couples, Attorney General Eric Holder announced over the weekend.

The news comes after the legalization of same-gender marriage in Alaska, Arozina, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming and the Supreme Court’s decision to decline to hear appeals from five states that sought to keep their marriage bans in place.

The total number of states with federal recognition of same-gender marriage is now up to 32, plus the District of Columbia. Read more at the Seattle Times.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}

4 COMMENTS

  1. That’s Obama’s legacy: the gradual destruction of the basic nuclear family and the difference between the genders in our society.

  2. #1 is right. If only they would realize what the onesh is, they would know it is the end. Noach’s generations didn’t care to know either.

  3. “That’s Obama’s legacy: the gradual destruction of the basic nuclear family and the difference between the genders in our society.”

    Obama has had nothing to do with this. These are all independent lawsuits. Holder could waste money on fruitless challenges, but conservatives used to oppose wasteful government spending.

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