US: Supreme Court suspends same-sex marriage in state of Utah
The US Supreme Court has put a stay on equal marriage in the US state of Utah, forbidding same-sex couples from being issued with marriage licences in the state during an appeal against a ruling to allow them.
The temporary stay will be in place during an appeal by the state of Utah against a ruling to allow same-sex marriage.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor put the stay in place after the state made the request last week.
Supporters of equal marriage in the US state of Utah have asked the Supreme Court to reject a request to put a stay on equal marriage in the state.
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