Monday, February 2, 2015

Alabama AG claims that marriage equality would create "confusion"

Alabama AG Luther Strange
Attorneys for Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange argued  claim that Alabama would face “uncertainty, confusion and conflict” if a federal appeals court allows same-sex marriage to move forward.

The 12-page filing seeking a stay of U.S. District Judge Ginny Granade’s decisions over the last 10 days striking down the state’s same-sex marriage ban argues that controversy in the state over the measure suggests there would be trouble implementing the decision. They “strangely” argue that the harms the plaintiffs would experience were “highly speculative,” and that the couple would not be adversely affected by a stay. Really? Let's put Strange's marriage on hold.

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