Local Gay Couple Wins Lawsuit to Get Marriage Recognized in Ohio

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A gay Cincinnati couple is the first in Ohio to be recognized as legally married.

A federal judge granted Jim Obergefell and John Arthur an injunction, Monday, ordering the state to recognize their marriage on a death certificate.

The men were married last week in Maryland, where gay marriage is legal. They chose to do this because Arthur is dying of Lou Gherig’s disease.

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