Thursday, March 30, 2006

Mass. Court Ruling Makes Sense

I think it is unfortunate, but legal.

The court that made Massachusetts the first state to legalize gay marriage ruled Thursday that same-sex couples from other states where gay marriage is prohibited cannot marry here.

The Supreme Judicial Court ruled in a challenge to a 1913 state law that forbids nonresidents from marrying in Massachusetts if their marriage would not be recognized in their home state.

So the battleground remains where it should be, in every state in the land that thinks it is acceptable to decsriminate against homosexuals.


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