Gays and lesbians will be able to marry in Connecticut on November 12th, it has been reported:
“Superior Court Judge Jonathan Silbert on Monday scheduled a hearing on that date to enter the final judgment in the case that allows same-sex marriages in the state. The proceeding is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. Attorneys in the court case say that once the hearing ends, couples can pick up marriage license forms at town and city clerk’s offices.”
The Supreme Court of Connecticut ruled on October 10th that the state’s same-sex civil union laws were discriminatory, paving the way for gays and lesbians to receive marriage licenses in the state.