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05/22/09. In a case of
first impression, Connecticut Superior Court Judge Eliot D.
Prescott has ruled that the state's law banning employment
discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation extends to
hostile environment workplace harassment of gay employees.
04/23/09. A decade-long
battle for marriage equality in Connecticut ended when the
General Assembly voted to update the state's marriage laws
to conform with a landmark court ruling allowing gay and
lesbian couples to tie the knot.
03/07/09. As Connecticut
lawmakers consider updating state law to conform with a
court ruling that allows same-sex marriages, opponents of
gay marriage fear their effort will go too far to promote
11/13/08. Though many of
us on the West Coast are still despondent over the passage
of Prop 8, there's reason to take heart: in Connecticut
yesterday morning, the first same-sex couples took their
state-sanctioned marriage vows.
10/10/08. The Supreme Court of Connecticut joined the ranks of
California and Massachusetts Friday to (finally) legalize
same-sex marriage. The decision comes at a potentially
prickly time as the presidential election looms though both
McCain and Obama have, so far, put little rhetorical effort
at making gay rights a wedge issue in the campaign.