Full U.S. Supreme Court grants Utah stay

The full U.S. Supreme Court has granted Utah a stay on a district court decision that has allowed same-sex couples to marry there since December 20.

The court issued its stay this morning.

The challenge to Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage now proceeds on an expedited schedule before the Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

One Response to Full U.S. Supreme Court grants Utah stay

  1. Charles Gage says:

    Interesting. I wonder if this was done deliberately to get the issue to the 10th on an expedited schedule?

    I am sure the anti-SSM crowd will declare victory. Goodness knows, they’ve had none for a very long time. But, they should be careful what they wish for.

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