WASHINGTON -- The federal government will recognize the same-sex marriages that were performed in Utah during a brief window, despite the state government's decision not to do the same, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Friday.
A federal judge in Utah struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriages on Dec. 20, and thousands of couples rushed to get their marriage licenses. But the state of Utah is appealing the decision, and the Supreme Court earlier this week put the ruling on hold until the appeals court has ruled.
Why is it always the ones that look like closet pervs, are the ones who scream the loudest? The GOP needs to concentrate on Jobs..instead of BLOW JOBS
Virginia lawmakers sure are obsessed with oral sex!
Just months after the Supreme Court declined Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's attempts to reinstate Virginia's anti-sodomy law, which had been struck down as unconstitutional, the legislature is out to regulate Old Dominion bedrooms once again.
Only this time, the state is limiting its reach -- to teenagers. (Also, to adults who have certain kinds of sex in public -- presumably outside of actual bedrooms -- and those who hang out with prostitutes, either in or out of the house.)
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