US: Colorado Supreme Court tells Boulder County to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses
Colorado Supreme Court has ordered Boulder County’s clerk to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses while an appeal from the state’s attorney general is heard.
The ruling came in response to Attorney General John Suthers asking on Monday for the state Supreme Court to stop Boulder County clerk Hillary Hall from issuing licenses.
He stated allowing same-sex couples to marry has caused “statewide confusion and legal chaos.”
Despite that ruling, Hall continued to issue licenses in Boulder County.
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