New Yorkers Tanya Wexler and Amy Zimmerman married in Massachusetts in May, 2004
New York gay and lesbian couples who married in Massachusetts before July 6, 2006 - the date a New York court explicitly prohibited marriage between same-sex couples in that state - have a fully valid marriage. That was the final judgment made by a Massachusetts court on May 10.
GLAD attorney Michele Granda, who argued the case, calls the ruling "a cloud that’s been removed from these marriages. There shouldn’t be any question that those marriage licenses are worth the paper they’re printed on, and that Massachusetts fully backs the currency.”
Today's New York Times
ran an article
about the decision and what it means for New York couples.
Congratulations to you both!
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