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Tennessee Is Back to Pretending Those Marriages Didn’t Happen

On Friday, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals put a U.S. District Court judge’s temporary injunction that forced Tennessee to recognize the marriages of three same-sex couples on hold.  This means that the plaintiffs are back to having marriages that are recognized by the federal government, but not the state of Tennessee.

The 6th Circuit Court cited the fact that “the law in this area is so unsettled,” referring to the fact that all four states in the 6th Circuit are facing lawsuits related to their laws regarding same-sex marriage.

Same-Sex Marriages in Tenn. Case Again Invalid – ABC News

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