The Connecticut Supreme Court has just ruled that Connecticut must recognize same sex marriage, and must use the word “marriage.” Dale Carpenter comments:
Needless to say, the timing of the decision is awkward for gay-marriage supporters trying to fend off SSM bans on the November 4 ballot in Arizona, California, and Florida. Stoking resentment of judicial activism, the Connecticut Supreme Court has at the very least probably increased the likelihood that Prop 8 will pass in California.
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