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Report: US District judge won't deny justice to gay Coloradans; might delay it, though

by Jeremy Hooper

U.S. District Judge Raymond P. Moore, an Obama appointee, has indicated that he will grant an injunction one Wednesday that will strike down Colorado's marriage ban. The question now is whether or not he will issue a stay while the matter makes its way up to Scalia, Thomas, Alito, and the six who could theoretically side with equality.

The AP has the story:

Judge Ponders Overturning State Gay Marriage Ban [AP via WaPo]

Should the judge move forward without a stay, marriage equality would open up statewide. Should he stay the ruling, it will be another one of those "YAY!! DAMN!!!" combos that have become increasingly familiar in this patchwork of marriage law that we call America circa 2014.

Stay (or not) tuned.

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