same sex marriage
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is nearing a decision on the status of same-sex marriages conducted after a judge struck down the state’s gay marriage ban but before the ruling was halted.
Rick Snyder hasn’t said a word about it since the state’s gay marriage ban was struck down last Friday.
The state hopes to at least get a stay until Friday so it can go to the Supreme Court.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette officially announced his intention to run for another term as the state’s attorney general.
Gov. Snyder’s office says they’re waiting to see what the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals decides.
With a stay issued by the U.S. Sixth Circuit of Appeals in Michigans’ same sex marriage case, the question for many is whether the marriages performed on Saturday will remain legally binding.
The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay until Wednesday at the request of State Attorney General, Bill Schuette.
Hundreds of people waited in line at the Washtenaw County Clerks office to obtain a long-awaited marriage license and then get hitched!
Early Saturday morning, the Ingham County clerk’s office issued Michigan’s first marriage license for a same-sex-couple.
The state of Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage has been struck down.