Oregon's Supreme court last week declared invalid the marriages of 3,022 gay couples wed last year in Multnomah County. Although Connecticut just passed a bill that would make it the second state, after Vermont, to legalize gay civil unions, same-sex marriages have run into legal trouble elsewhere. --By Jeninne Lee--St. John
SAN FRANCISCO Last year's 4,000 gay marriages were voided by the state supreme court, but another judge has ruled a ban on same-sex unions illegal
MULTNOMAH COUNTY, ORE. Even before last week's ruling, a backlash against the county's gay weddings helped pass an amendment banning them
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. Judges ruled 25 same-sex...