Same-sex ‘marriages’ to begin Friday in Alaska unless court takes action
Same-sex "marriages" will begin taking place in Alaska by tomorrow, unless the Supreme Court intervenes.
On Wednesday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals "stayed" a decision that overturned the state law, which was approved by voters in 1998. The Circuit Court's decision temporarily halts a decision by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Burgess that the state's law is unconstitutional.
The stay will end Friday at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time, unless the Supreme Court extends it.
Last week, the Court stayed a decision in Idaho that overturned that state's marriage law. However, the Court has also decided to not hear same-sex "marriage" cases in its 2014-2015 term, which allowed federal same-sex "marriage" decisions to take effect in at least five states.
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The Idaho stay ended after the state's governor and attorney general declined to defend it in court.