Friday, January 2, 2015

All Florida Counties Have to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses


The first federal judge to find that Florida's ban on same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution, had to issue a new order today clarifying the ruling that many equality activists thought didn't need clarification.
 
U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle confirmed today that all counties in Florida must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples after his stay expires end of day January 5th.
 
I look forward to January 6th when couples who have waited for this day can finally be married.



4 comments:

  1. I called up my County Clerk in Palm Beach County today, one of the largest counties in Florida, and they are very excited and will be holding a celebration on Tuesday morning at 7:30 am to celebrate and perform the first Florida weddings. Everyone is very excited!

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  2. By Jeffy J:

    That, of course, is great!! Here's another one folks!!! Yah Florida and.......Go, gays, gooooooo!!!

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  3. By That Wedding Lady - Wedding Officiant Jacksonville FL :

    Congratulations to Miami-Dade County for being the first county in the state of Florida to conduct a same-sex marriage which happened at 2:30 PM today. As for myself, I will be on the steps of the main courthouse in downtown Jacksonville ready to marry anyone who wishes to be married, gay, straight, Martian, or otherwise. Hooray Florida!

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  4. Thanks for your comment and your good mood!

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