Connecticut Ends Gay Couples’ Exclusion from Marriage

Connecticut now joins California and Massachusetts as the next state to end the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage with the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling to uphold the freedom to marry in Kerrigan and Mock v. the CT Department of Public Health.

Just like the California ruling earlier this year, the Connecticut high court understood that the only way to provide equality is through marriage. As we celebrate Connecticut, all fair-minded people need to join the effort to preserve the freedom to marry in California.