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A federal judge on Tuesday struck down Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage, the latest in a unanimous wave of rulings to roll back gay marriage bans over the past year. The ruling was put on hold pending appeal.
Earlier this year, a Kentucky judge ruled that the state had to recognize gay marriages performed in other states. The latest ruling expands that to include marriages performed in Kentucky, too.- -
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