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Happy Pride Month From Texas: State Supreme Court Strips Spousal Benefits From Same-Sex Couples - You shouldn't have. Really. Really.

In case you thought the issue of marriage equality was settled—like Donald Trump did—let this be a reminder that the fight is ongoing, despite the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges. In a true feat of mental gymnastics, the Texas Supreme Court has just unanimously ruled that same-sex spouses of government employees should not receive the same spousal benefits as opposite-sex married couples.
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