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Texas, 5 other states resist processing National Guard benefits for gay couples

Published On: Nov 11 2013 06:38:14 PM CST   Updated On: Dec 16 2014 07:53:25 PM CST

On the morning of Sept. 3, the first day the Pentagon said they could, Alicia Butler and her wife, Judith Chedville, who is a Texas Army National Guard officer, went to Austin’s Camp Mabry so Ms. Butler could get a military spouse identification card and register for the same federal marriage benefits provided to wives and husbands of heterosexual service members.

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