Connecticut Supreme Court to make gay marriage ruling
It's a big day for gay marriage in Connecticut. The state's Supreme Court is deciding whether same sex couples can legally marry or not.
The court plans to rule on a case that challeges the state's current marriage law calling it unconstitutionally because it discriminates against gays and lesbians.
Eight same-sex couples filed the suit in 2004, saying they thought their constitutional rights to equal protection and due process were violated when they were denied marriage licenses.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of gay marriage, Connecticut will join Massachusetts and California in allowing same sex matrimony.
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