Attorney General Eric Holder plans to give same-sex couples spousal privileges, such as recognizing a legal right for them not to testify against each other in civil and criminal cases.
February 11, 2014

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Attorney General Eric Holder plans widespread changes within the U.S. Justice Department to benefit same-sex married couples, such as recognizing a legal right for them not to testify against each other in civil and criminal cases. The changes are designed to keep pushing for gay rights in the United States after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year said the federal government cannot refuse to recognize same-sex marriages carried out in states that allow them.

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