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Wisconsin Couple Gets Free Wedding Dinner After Lift On Gay Marriage Ban

The big news in Wisconsin recently is all about a federal judge striking down a ban on same sex marriage in that state, with gay couples in a happy rush to the courthouse to obtain marriage licenses. In the spirit of those celebrations, a restaurant in Milwaukee comped one couple’s meal, delivering a check reading “$0.00.” [More]


Now that the Supreme Court killed California’s Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriages, the state is likely to see a rush to the altar/beach/synagogue/backyard/ wherever people get married. Harper’s Index says that that wedding boom will fill the state’s coffers to the tune of a projected $684 million over the next three years. [via Harper’s]


MetroPCS Shareholders Give Their Blessing For Company’s Marriage To T-Mobile

May yours be a long and happy marriage: MetroPCS’s shareholders blessed the union of the company with T-Mobile. All it took was a bit of a sweetened dowry on behalf of T-Mobile’s parent company, Deutsche Telekom. The deal was approved by the Federal Communications Commission last month, so it’s full steam ahead from here. [via Bloomberg]