Handsome Gay Couple Become First to Marry in Allegheny County

Not to be shown up by Montgomery, an Allegheny County mayor has started marrying gay people in his district, too.

Following in the foot steps of Montgomery County Register-of-Wills-turned-gay-hero D. Bruce Hanes, Braddock Mayor John Fetterman performed Allegheny County’s very first same-sex marriage last night. The happy couple? John Kandray and Bill Gray, who have been together for 11 years. More from CBS Pittsburgh

When [Kandray and Gray] heard that Montgomery County was issuing licenses to same-sex couples, they went across the state to get one. And then they heard Braddock Mayor John Fetterman was willing to marry them. … “I just think it’s time people in Pennsylvania say, ‘Mr. Corbett, you know, tear down this law,’” Fetterman said. “DOMA is a fundamentally unjust piece of legislation.”

Read the rest of CBS Pittsburgh’s article and check out an accompanying video here.

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