Weddings Undone

U.S. snapshot: same-sex marriages have run into trouble across the country

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...

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