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sanfrancisoA judge has refused to force the US government to legally entitle the wife of a female court employee to insurance benefits.

The woman, Karen Golinski, married her partner, Amy Cunninghis, in 2008 before the ban on same-sex marriage in California came into force.

She lost her case because the US’s Defense of Marriage Act denies same-sex couples the right to federal benefits.

The verdict was reached despite the fact that Obama announced last week that he would no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act.


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