You win some, you lose some

Connecticut’s House of Representatives passed legislation yesterday legalizing gay unions in the state — the second state in the U.S. to do so, and the first to do it without a court order.
The bill was overwhelmingly approved by the state Senate last week, and Gov. M. Jodi Rell (a Republican) said she’ll sign it.
The story from Oregon is slightly different. Citing the state population’s recent decision to define marriage as a strictly hetero affair (pun intended), the Oregon Supreme Court nullified 3,000 same-sex marriages that took place in Multnomah County last year.
Sorry Oregaynians, but look at this way — you’re suddenly saved from one hell of a tax headache.

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