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McKean County awaits first same-sex marriage applicants

June 17, 2014

SMETHPORT – McKean County is waiting for its first same-sex applicants for a marriage license.
Same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania became legal about a month ago.
Same-sex applicants have yet to apply for a marriage license in McKean County.
“If they come in, we’ll accommodate them,” Harrijane Hannon Moore said in reference to same-sex applicants for marriage licenses. She is the elected county register of wills and clerk of the orphan’s court. Her office in the county courthouse in Smethport issues marriage licenses.

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