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Same-sex couples won't have to live in Connecticut to wed once gay marriage becomes officially legal there. And they won't have to wait.
Spouses-to-be will need only to complete a marriage license application, provide identification and make a sworn statement that the information that they provide is true.
There is no residency requirement under the state's marriage laws, and Connecticut doesn't impose a waiting period, as two dozen other states do.
Tanene Allison [pictured] offers an overview for those who are still undecided or [gasp] supporting John McCain for president.
Her latest blog entry at Huffington Post points out that McCain is not our friend. Tanene's compiled everything homophobic about John McCain and compares the list to all things progressive about Barack Obama. For example: