Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Washington Supreme Court Set To Rule On Gay Marriage Tomorrow
The Washington Supreme Court will hand down its long-awaited decision tomorrow on the constitutionality of denying same-sex marriages the legal right to marry. A lower court ruled that the state's Defense of Marriage Act violated the state constitution's equal protection clause. New York's high court recently rejected a similar argument under its constitution. Last year, the Indiana Court of Appeals also rejected a similar argument under Indiana's constitution. AI will bring you more when the decision is made public.