Timothy Burcham, left, and Phillip Marcum were legally married in New York in June 2012. The Lexington couple plan to file their income taxes jointly after Thursday's court ruling.
Timothy Burcham, left, and Phillip Marcum were legally married in New York in June 2012. The Lexington couple plan to file their income taxes jointly after Thursday's court ruling.
Timothy Burcham, left, and Phillip Marcum were legally married in New York in June 2012. The Lexington couple plan to file their income taxes jointly after Thursday's court ruling.

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

February 27, 2014 12:03 PM

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