Legal Does Not Always Mean Equal: the Aftermath of Same-Sex Marriage Laws in New York

I have just returned from a wonderful vacation to the customary mountain of mail, voice messages and e-mails that always await my return.  As usual, a lot happened in the lesbian and gay world during my absence.  I will be posting on some of those issues in the coming days.

Before I left, I had a wonderful interview with Amanda Cuda, a staff writer for the Connecticut Post.  She subsequently published a well-written piece on same-sex marriage and the aftermath of the New York gay marriage law.  (It appeared twice, on July 2nd and July 7th).

Read:  Note to N.Y.:  ‘Legal doesn’t mean ‘equal’ say local couples

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Disclaimer: The information, comments and links posted on the blog do not constitute legal advice. I will not respond to any specific legal questions in the comments section of this blog. Read my entire disclaimer.

copyright 2011 Irene C. Olszewski

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