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08/21/2014

Read: Federal Judge strikes down Florida marriage ban; stays ruling

by Jeremy Hooper

U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle (a Clinton appointee) just issued a strong order in favor of both in-state marriage and out-of-state recognition, yet again dealing a blow to Florida's already vulnerable marriage ban:

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4:14-cv-00107 #74 Florida Preliminary Injunction by Equality Case Files

This federal ruling comes joins four state court rulings in favor of Florida equality. A couple more and the other side has to automatically forfeit, right?

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