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Posted at 1:11 PM ET, 01/14/2010

Court rejects bid for gay marriage referendum

By Washington Post editors

A D.C. Superior Court judge has ruled that same-sex marriage opponents do not have a right to hold a public referendum on whether those marriages should be legal in the District.

The ruling makes it more likely that the District will start allowing same-sex couples to marry in March. Stay with the Post for more details.

By Washington Post editors  | January 14, 2010; 1:11 PM ET
 
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Good call. If you don't want to marry someone of your sex, then don't. But, stay out of other peoples lives, attend to your own.

Posted by: jckdoors | January 14, 2010 1:32 PM | Report abuse

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