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05/13/2014

Geidner: 4th Circuit looks likely to strike down VA's discriminatory marriage ban

by Jeremy Hooper

My pal Chris Geidner has a good track record. Let's hope it continues with this latest prediction:

RICHMOND, Va. — The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals looks likely to declare Virginia’s ban on marriages for same-sex couples unconstitutional, following the path set by trial judges all over the country.
KEEP READING: Federal Appeals Court In Richmond Skeptical Of Virginia’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban [Buzzfeed]

For those who really want to get in the nitty gritty and make their own guesses, the full audio of the hearing can be found here. Legal-geek out at your own leisure.

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**Attorney General Mark Herring:

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