Politics & Government

September 4, 2013 7:53 PM

U.S. ruling on gay veterans’ benefits might not apply in every state

The Justice Department said Wednesday that married gay veterans would be eligible for spousal benefits, in another step toward bringing federal agencies in line with a June Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage.

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