Pennsylvania judge orders end to same-sex marriage licenses
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"We’re still going to get married, and then let them challenge it," Mionczynski said. "We got the license from the courthouse. It should be legal. I don’t care what they ruled."
Pennsylvania is the only northeastern state that does not grant legal status to marriage or civil unions between individuals of the same sex.
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