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October 10, 2008

Here's how each Connecticut Supreme Court Justice voted on gay marriage

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Thanks to loyal gaysocialites.blog reader, Sarah, here's how the Connecticut Supreme Court voted as they overturned a ban on gay marraige today in that state.

By a vote of 4 to 3, the justices nearly split on the issue.

Here's how they voted:

Justices Flemming L. Norcott Jr., Joette Katz, Richard Palmer and Appellate Judge Lubbie Harper, sitting for Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers, who recused herself, formed the majority. Justices David M. Borden and Christine Vertefeuille joined Zarella in dissenting.

There you have it. Now you know which justices on the Connecticut Supreme Court are in favor or freedom for all and which ones are not!

Thanks again Sarah!



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