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US: New Mexico lesbian couple denied marriage licence file lawsuit against state

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  1. It is perhaps worth mentioning that Sandoval County has previously had an injunction against it for issuing marriage licenses to same sex couples, some time ago when the previous county clerk was in office and apparently that injunction has neither expired or been revoked. The present Sandoval county clerk has been reported as saying that she has no objection to issuing same-sex marriage licenses if directed to do so by a Judge, thus cancelling the previous injunction which she believes is still in force.

    1. Update : Sixty four legally registered Gay marriages in Sandoval County New Mexico from 2004, still Valid.
      A comrehensive article by Becca Morn outlines the time line and the court decisions that make those marriages still valid today. One of those couples has since had a court approved divorce.


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