Legislation Enacting Irish Gay Marriage Vote Delayed

By Linda July 2, 2015

Categories: Big Gay News, Top Headlines

Reuters UK reports that legislation allowing same-sex couples to marry in Ireland will be delayed until later this year following a legal challenge against last month’s gay marriage referendum, a government minister was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

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