Monday marks 10 years of marriage equality in Connecticut

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Monday marks a major milestone for marriage equality in Connecticut.

10 years ago, same-sex marriages were legally recognized for the first time.

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A state court decision found that civil unions failed to provide same-sex couples with rights and privileges equivalent to those who were married.

Connecticut became the second state in the union to legalize gay marriage.

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Fellow New England state, Massachusetts, was the first.

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