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— Getting married was not a pressing priority for Christine Donato and Sandy Ferlanie, despite their being plaintiffs in the case that led a federal judge to strike down Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage on Tuesday. Tom Corbett’s decision on Wednesday not to appeal the ruling by Judge John E.Jones III of Federal District Court suddenly transformed marriage for the couple from a distant prospect into a near-term reality.It’s a lot to give up.”Now that they are entitled to marry, the event, which they hope to hold in their church, is likely to be “huge,” Ms. When they are married, the women said, they expect to enjoy changes such as more favorable tax treatment, but they do not expect any change in the acceptance of their relationship by their parents, their church and the wider community in this wealthy liberal suburb of Philadelphia.
"That's all this is." This year, the polling firm Susquehanna Polling and Research asked Pennsylvania residents whether they'd support a law that bans discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation.The couple, who have been together for 18 years, had avoided making wedding plans, believing that the governor would seek an appeal of the ruling and that final confirmation of the right of same-sex couples to marry in Pennsylvania would remain tangled up in the courts. Corbett’s decision while sitting in the living room of their shingle-clad suburban home.Tears, cheers and hugs quickly followed.“Are you kidding me? Donato shouted after being read part of the governor’s statement by one of her lawyers.An article covering a panel discussion that occurred before same-sex couples gained the right to marry in PA.I took part in it, defending the right of same-sex couples to marry.