Monday, May 19, 2014

Oregon Marriage for Same Sex Couples PASSED -- Fought by Outside Organization NOM

by Brig Bagley

19 May 2014

Since the state of Oregon refused to fight the striking down of the ban on marriage for gay couples, its legalization was expected. However, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) asked the courts for an emergency stay so it could represent Oregon in an appeal to the ruling against the ban. The request was denied, and the ruling has just been made to approve marriages for same sex couples.

Marriage licenses will be issued in 3 days, except for emergencies, for which a few might be issued as early as today.

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