Bermuda Becomes First to Revoke Marriage Equality Rights

HeadlineFeb 09, 2018
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Bermuda’s governor has signed a bill that rescinds the right of same-sex couples to marry. The new law reverses a ruling by Bermuda’s Supreme Court last May that allows any two people to wed, making the British territory’s government the first to take away marriage equality rights.

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