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Saturday, 19 July 2014 16:39

The Repeal Of The Oklahoma's Marriage Equality Ban Was Upheld By The 10th Circuit Court Of Appeals

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Great news! For the second time, a circuit court of appeals has made ​​a decision, and a positive decision, on the equal marriage.

Indeed, the judges of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decided to uphold the judgment which had been ordered by a federal court in Oklahoma, which repealed the marriage equality ban.

In June, a first appeal court had issued a positive opinion in the case of Utah.

Unfortunately, like in Utah, we must wait before seeing the equal marriage legalized in Oklahoma. The judges decided not to allow same-sex couples to marry to leave open the possibility of an appeal and it will be filed as said Governor Mary Fallin.


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