5 (or rather, 10) more US states marrying gays

At the beginning of October, the US Supreme Court has effectively increased the number of US states where same-sex marriage is legal to 30 (not including Washington, D.C.) by rejecting appeals against it in Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin.
BBC: US rebuff to gay marriage opponents
I can still remember when New York became the 6th such state in June 2011, with California in the limbo of Proposition 8. Somehow I stopped following the topic later, so this news took me aback a bit – and according to Wikipedia, before I got around to blogging about it the number has risen yet again to 35, with Montana being the latest.



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