Ruling: Rhode Island won't allow couples to divorce

12/11/2007 | NYTimes.com

Same-sex couples who marry in Massachusetts, the only state to permit such unions, are not eligible to divorce in Rhode Island, according to a split decision by the state's high court. The Legislature, not the judicial branch, should decide whether equal marriage rights and corresponding divorces should be considered legal in the state, the court found.

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