Kentucky Ban On Gay Marriages From Other States Struck Down By Federal Judge

By Linda February 13, 2014

Categories: Big Gay News, Top Headlines

The Courier-Journal reports that in a ruling that could open the door to gay marriage in Kentucky, a federal judge on Wednesday struck down Kentucky’s ban on recognizing valid same-sex marriages performed in other states, saying it violates the U.S. Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection under the law.

Read the full story from the Courier-Journal 

One Response to Kentucky Ban On Gay Marriages From Other States Struck Down By Federal Judge

  1. hygeia villafane says:

    I dont understand why its such a big deal… love is love no matter what race, religion, or sexuality. Just let whomever falls in love get married. Men and men or men and women or women and women. Get over it there not bothering anyone.

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