Inti St. Clair via Getty Images

Inti St. Clair via Getty Images

Same-sex couples in Cook County, Illinois — which includes Chicago — don’t have to wait to get married, thanks to a Friday ruling by a federal judge in Chicago.

“There is no reason to delay further when no opposition has been presented to this Court and committed gay and lesbian couples have already suffered from the denial of their fundamental right to marry,” U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman stated in the ruling.

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