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October 10, 2008

Meet the Connecticut Supreme Court who legalized gay marriage


Here they are! Four out of seven of these Supreme Court justices in Connecticut voted to overturn a ban on same-sex marriage today.

In this photo:
Seated, L to R: Justice Flemming L. Norcott, Jr., Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers, Justice Joette Katz.

Standing, L to R: Justice Barry R. Schaller, Justice Peter T. Zarella, Justice Richard N. Palmer, Senior Justice William J. Sullivan and Justice Christine S. Vertefeuille.

I don't know who voted in favor of the measure and who voted against, but I'm trying to find out. (If they even release that information.)

You can get to know the Connecticut Supereme Court Justices on their website if you're interested.

Connecticut will be the third state to allow gay marriage behind Massachusetts and California.

The Supreme Court ruling in Connecticut crept up on me! Who knew it was going to be such a great Friday!

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