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April 20, 2009

Legal lessons from the Vermont marriage-equality vote

At Huffington Post, Yale law student Aaron Zelinsky suggests three lessons from the Vermont legislature's vote in favor of marriage equality for same-sex couples: federalism can be progressive; legislatures, and not just courts, also enforce rights; and a single vote can make a difference.


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