3rd Lawsuit Challenges Alabama's Gay Marriage Ban
In the latest challenge to Alabama's ban on gay marriage, a lesbian couple is suing the state over recognition of their marriage, performed in Massachusetts.Read more
“ WOOF ! ”
Since: Nov 12
#1 Jun 10, 2014
The "Full Faith and Credit" clause of the U.S. Constitution requires each state to legally recognize the acts of every other state. There are NO exceptions.
#2 Jun 10, 2014
Their marital life not be going well if they live in Alabama. I mean, we know they've seen what a civilized state looks like - they got married in Massachusetts.
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