Michigan judge delays case to await Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage

Guarino, Mark
March 2013
Christian Science Monitor;3/ 7/2013, pN.PAG
A Michigan judge announced Thursday that he is delaying his decision on a case challenging that state's gay marriage ban until June, when the US Supreme Court is expected to announce its rulings on two landmark gay-rights cases.


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