Wisconsin Marriage Equality Ban Struck Down

Written by scott on June 6th, 2014

Wisconsin MapAnother day, another gay marriage ban struck down. This time, it’s the Wisconsin marriage equality ban.

ABC News reports:

A federal judge struck down Wisconsin’s ban on same-sex marriage on Friday, ruling it unconstitutional. It wasn’t clear whether U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb’s 88-page ruling cleared the way for same-sex marriages to begin immediately. But the ruling makes Wisconsin the 27th state where same-sex couples can marry under law or where a judge has ruled they ought to be allowed to wed. County clerks in Milwaukee and Madison said they had just learned of the decision and were trying to figure out if and when they could begin issuing marriage licenses. Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki said he was keeping his office open while an attorney reviewed the decision in case he could begin accepting marriage licenses Friday evening.

They’re dropping like flies now. Will Walker appeal?

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