by Brig Bagley
16 January 2015
Utah is going to all it can to support it's 2004 voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage--which isn't much at all. It plans to file an amicus "friend of the court" brief since its case was already rejected by the high court.
Attorney General Sean Reyes, Governor Gary Herbert, and Sutherland Institute's Bill Duncan, and the National Organization for Marriage re-affirm their support for a "child-centered" definition of marriage between a man and a woman only.
HRC, Equality Utah's Troy Williams, and the Kitchen vs. Herbert plaintiffs all express their excitement for a nation-wide ruling to protect all families.