Conn. Churches Exempt from Gay Weddings

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Gay marriage may be legal in Connecticut but churches won't have to provide for the wedding ceremonies, according to a bill passed by lawmakers.

The measure provides an exemption for religious groups saying they don't have to provide services, goods or facilities for same sex weddings.

Conservatives are applauding the exemption.

The bill also updates state law to conform with the state Supreme Court's recent decision to legalize gay marriage.

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