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25 Jan 2019

At least 13 couples will now sue Japan's government over same-sex marriage

A lesbian couple in northern Japan became the 13th couple to join a nationwide campaign to sue the Japanese government to recognize same-sex marriages.  This is the country’s largest ever push for marriage equality.

The two women submitted their marriage registration documents to Sapporo’s Chuo Ward office this week and they expect authorities to reject their application, and they then plan to join 12 other couples in filing for damages against the central government on 14 February.

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