Today, the Connecticut Supreme Court interpreted its Constitution to require same-sex marriage. It is now the third state to do so, joining Massachusetts and California.
Watch carefully as Connecticut’s crime rate remains functionally the same into the foreseeable future, Connecticut’s ratio of live births to deaths remains the same, heterosexual marriages and divorce continue to occur in Connecticut at the same rate (or at least along the same declining trends) as happened before today, the ratio of gay to straight people remains the same in Connecticut, and generally as hundreds of gay Connecticutters get married, the lives of other Connecticutters remain unchanged in every objectively-measurable way.
Is “Connecticutter” the proper term for someone from Connecticut? I should have learned this when my parents lived there. They called such people “Nutmeggers”.