USA, South Carolina: Judge Gives State Extra Time in Marriage Equality Case

Written by scott on September 25th, 2013

South Carolina MapA judge in South Carolina has given the state government Or seven weeks prepare their arguments in the marriage equality case.

SDGLN reports:

The lawsuit, filed in the Columbia division of federal court late August, was brought by an S.C. Highway Patrol trooper and the woman she legally married in Washington, D.C., last year. “The defendants request this additional time to respond due to the significant issues in this case,” said a motion submitted by Wilson on behalf of himself and Haley.

The delay will give the state ample time to find more bulls**t evidence for the trial. Filings are now due by November 15th.

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