On Sunday, July 24th, 2011 New York State made history. Hundreds of same sex couples got married on this day. These pictures show the happiness of all of them. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
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El Domingo, 24 de Julio del 2011 el Estado de Nueva York hizo historia. Cientos de parejas del mismo sexo se casaron. Estas fotos muestran la felicidad de todas ellas. FELICIDADES!!!
El Diario de México Edición USA publicó una de las fotos.Gallery is empty!
On June 24, 2011, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed into law the Marriage Equality Act. The Law amends New York’s Domestic Relations Law in the following ways:
* Applications for a marriage license shall be granted regardless of whether the parties are of the same or a different sex;
* A marriage that is otherwise valid shall be valid regardless of whether the parties to the marriage are of the same or a different sex;
* No government treatment or legal status, effect, right, benefit, privilege, protection or responsibility relating to marriage shall differ based on the parties to the marriage being of the same sex or a different sex;
* No religious entity, benevolent organization or not-for-profit corporation that is operated, supervised or controlled by a religious entity, or its employees, can be required to perform marriage ceremonies or provide its facilities for marriage ceremonies, consistent with its religious principles.
The Marriage Equality Act is effective July 24, 2011. The earliest a couple may apply for a marriage license under the Act is TODAY.
Under New York State Law, the town or city clerk must provide a license to applicants who meet all marriage requirements for New York State. Click here for more info.