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Thu 7 Jul, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

No state should decide who can marry and who cannot

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Brad Pitt has commended the decision in New York to allow same-sex marriage and has asked other senators across the US to follow suit.

The Fight Club actor released a statement standing up for the right for same-sex couples to marry and expressed his elation over the latest decision in New York to allow gay couples to do so.

He goes on to say that a lot more has to be done for full equality across America. In the past Pitt declared that he would not marry his long-term partner and Angelina Jolie until same-sex couples had the same rights.

With New York becoming the sixth state to allow gay marriage, Pitt told “It is encouraging that New York has joined the movement to grant equal marriage rights to its citizens. But it is each American’s Constitutional right to marry the person they love, no matter what state they inhabit.

“No state should decide who can marry and who cannot. Thanks to the tireless work of so many, someday soon this discrimination will end and every American will be able to enjoy their equal right to marriage.”


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