They’d been married in California or Boston, one couple in Canada, but those marriages aren’t recognized in Florida because they are women who married other women. On Sunday they gathered at Lake Worth Beach to say to all who passed by that they want that to change.
They believe the U.S. Supreme Court provided the momentum to lift the laws that restrict their partnerships when it ruled married same-sex couples are entitled to federal benefits and effectively allowed same-sex marriages in California.
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