Main | Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Marriage Loophole

A Boston court ruled last week that gay New Yorkers married in Massachusetts can be considered legally married there, but more interestingly, they apparently can be considered legally married in New York too, but only if they were married between May 17th 2004 and July 6th, 2006. It wasn't until July 6th, 2006 that New York state ruled that gay marriages performed in other states were not valid in New York. This loophole apparently affects dozens of New York gay couples.

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