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Topic - Brigitte Ronnett
Same-sex couples in Maryland were greeted with cheers and noisemakers held over from New Year's Eve parties as gay marriage became legal in the first state south of the Mason-Dixon Line on New Year's Day.
Same-sex couples in Maryland were greeted with cheers and noisemakers held over from New Year's Eve parties, as gay marriage became legal in the in the state on New Year's Day.
"I think it's a great sign when you see that popular opinion is now in favor of this," said Ms. Ronnett, 51, who married Lisa Walther, 51, at City Hall.
Brigitte Ronnett, who also was married Tuesday, said she hopes one day to see full federal recognition of same-sex marriage.