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Wednesday, 09 March 2016 00:46

Alabama Supreme Court Opposed The Repeal Of Equal Marriage

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A challenge against the legalization of marriage equality by the Supreme Court of the United States was launched by a probate judge and a conservative policy group. The case was brought before the Supreme Court of Alabama, which clearly refused to rule in favor of the request.

Judge Greg Shaw said that the challenge was simply a "clear refusal" to ignore the Supreme Court's ruling.

The judges of the Supreme Court of Alabama have also given their verdict using only 11 words. Let's say that their decision is clear and precise.

Randall Marshall, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in Alabama, also said that most counties of Alabama issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Only 67 counties have decided to stop issuing licenses for both same-sex couples  and heterosexual couples. He believes that the court verdict will not change refractory probate judges, but said they could suddenly face federal court sanctions because they go against the law acted by the state's supreme court.


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