BREAKING: Same-Sex Marriage in Kansas Can Now Begin November 12.

Photo: Donna DiTrani and Kerry Wilks of Sedgwick County, Kansas with Doug Bonney, Chief Counsel and Legal Director of the ACLU of Kansas. Photo: J. Long
UPDATE: The stay against same-sex marriage in Kansas has been lifted by the United States Supreme Court. From the order: The application for stay presented to Justice Sotomayor and by her referred to the Court is denied. The order heretofore entered by Justice Sotomayor is vacated.
This is in response to a lawsuit filed the ACLU of Kansas representing two same-sex couples who applied for marriage licenses in Douglas and Sedgwick counties in Kansas and were turned away.
This makes Kansas the 33rd state of 50, where same-sex marriage is legal in addition to the District of Columbia.

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