Congratulations, New York!
As Toronto celebrates gay pride this week, there’s good news south of the border, as well. Late Friday night, New York became the sixth state in the U.S. to legalize same sex marriage. New Yorkers no longer have to travel to one of the other five states or to Canada to get married. They can finally do it in their own backyard.
In 2005 Canada became the fourth country in the world to legalize same sex marriage — following The Netherlands (2001), Belgium (2003) and Spain (2005) — and the first in the Americas. Currently in the U.S., it’s legal in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont, Washington DC and now New York. We look forward to the day when every state recognizes same sex marriage. For now, we are thrilled for our friends just south of us. Congratulations, New York!
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