Gay marriage is required gradually to the United States with the tacit approval of the supreme court
Jennifer Hasler and Karina Tittjung were married at the Court of Oklahoma City, 6 October 2014.
Diana Ullius and Rhonda Buckner lost little time. Just hours after the U.S. supreme court decision not to take recourse against the approval of gay marriage in five States, they received in Arlington the recognition by the authorities of Virginia of their union obtained previously in the Canada.
Monday morning October 6, for the resumption of their annual session, Supreme judges have taken short those who expected that they seize this issue, which falls within the jurisdiction of the States, to issue a judgment of general scope. They decided instead not to go back on the decisions of three federal appellate removing the ban on marriage for persons of the same sex.
This validation legalizes de facto marriage in five new States: in addition to Virginia, it's Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah (the first to know...)
Tuesday, October 07, 2014 | 0 comments |