However, as is currently the case, public officials who have been authorized to perform marriages, may not refuse to perform a marriage for discriminatory reasons, in violation of the Connecticut Constitution.
Before that, a civil union was the only option in Connecticut open to a gay couple. You will be legally married if you get married in Connecticut by a legally-authorized officiant. If you know a gay officiant, then I would appreciate knowing how to contact them. Retrieved July 17,
Reflecting the contentiousness and wide interest in the case, a long list of state, national and international organizations on both sides filed friend-of-the-court briefs.