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Connecticut’s Supreme Court has overturned a ban on same-sex marriages, making it the third US state to legalise such unions.
If this trend follows, I think the rest of the nation will follow.
UPDATE: (Nov. 5th, 2008) Perhaps not. Now that CA has banned it along with other states, it may retard the whole process. So I guess Connecticut is actually the second state.
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More states such as New Hampshire have made same-sex marriage legal. In other parts of the news, Sweden legalized gay marriage which you can read here.