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Rulings seen as watershed for future of gay rights

Chad Putman is shown on Jay Street in Schenectady in this Gazette file photo by Peter R. Barber.
Chad Putman is shown on Jay Street in Schenectady in this Gazette file photo by Peter R. Barber.
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Wednesday was a “historic day” for the gay rights movement and the future of same-sex marriage in the United States, according to some local gay rights advocates and legal experts.

“I think this is a historic day for LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender] equality in this nation,” said Chad Putman, co-chairman of Schenectady Pride, an advocacy organization for the LGBT community in Schenectady. “We’re very fortunate because it would have been a very ...

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