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Here's every story we've done on the same-sex marriage ruling

Published December 25, 2013 4:14 pm
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It's been an historic and fast-paced few days following the ruling by a federal judge that legalized same-sex marriage in Utah. We've tried out best to cover every angle and bring you the latest developments, which keep coming minute by minute. Here's everything we've done so far, and we'll add more to it a it comes in, so you can learn all about these events in one stop. The newest stories are on the top.

10th Circuit Court denies same-sex marriage stay

Couple suing Utah County for refusal to grant marriage license

Denying same-sex marriage licenses illegal, says A.G. office

Despite rumors, KSL has not banned video of gay kissing

Utah counties split on issuing same-sex marriage licenses

This is what is was like to watch Utah's first full day of same-sex marriage

Hundreds of same-sex couples marry in Salt Lake County

Utah County refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses

Tax commission to study if newlywed gays may file jointly

Trib Talk: Same-sex marriage in Utah

Urgency for same-sex marriage-seekers in Ogden

Sean P. Means: Witnessing Utah marriage history, and happiness, in the news and on social media

Editorial: Utah should stand with the nation and accept gay marriage

Photos: Meet the first gay couple married in Utah

Robert J. Shelby: Judge who made gay marriage legal in Utah

After same-sex marriage ruling, Utah seeks to keep status quo

Utah's first same-sex nuptials both historic and personal

Hundreds seeking marriages turned away in Weber County

Federal judge strikes down Utah ban on same-sex marriage

Salt Lake County offices see a crush of same-sex marriages

Utahns react to Friday's same sex marriage ruling

Same-sex marriage in Utah Q&A: Now what?






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