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February 27, 2014 12:03 PM

Same-sex marriages performed in other states now legal in Kentucky

Same-sex marriages performed in other states are legal in Kentucky under a final order issued Thursday by a federal judge in Louisville. "We're ecstatic," said Burcham, a vice president at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System. "For us, it's long overdue recognition. It allows us to treat our relationship and our assets and our rights and responsibilities the same way that everyone else gets to."

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