Gay unions couldn’t be denied and more in the US, such as Louise Lynn and Peggy Belcher and Regina and Kim Gebauer married in Thursday in Mobile, Alabama. These marriages took place when a federal judge stated that a probate judge couldn’t deny the couples a marriage license. The federal judge in Alabama ordered that a probate judge should not refuse issuing a license to same-sex couples showing clarity to some quarrel in the judicial system of Alabama for most of this week.
Federal District Court Judge Callie V. S. Granade’s order came out after a short hearing followed by prompted crying and cheers in the halls of the probate court. Several other couple got their licenses and married before the issuing office closed.
The ruling came amidst quarrels in the judiciary system on which Judge Granade, on January 23, ruled same sex unions in Alabama, while the Alabama Supreme Court Roy Moore issued his own order, last Sunday night that the former’s ruling didn’t apply to the probate judges of the state, and so he directed them not to follow.
Let’s stay tuned for the latest in gay marriages in Alabama that we might feature here soon. What’s your side of the story? Don’t forget to write them down in the comment section.