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The two married in Massachusetts."We hope that our lawsuit on behalf of Paul Hard, and other cases like it around the country, soon will bring this number to 50," said David Dinielli, SPLC deputy legal director.
"We know that marriage benefits couples, families, and children.
Scott Walker and the state's Department of Justice decided to stop their legal battles.
Both affirmed the lower federal appeals court ruling is now the law of the land, striking down Wisconsin's ban on gay marriage.
Jennifer Hasler, left, and Karina Tittjung apply for their marriage license at the Oklahoma County Courthouse in Oklahoma City.
They are the second same-sex couple to receive a marriage license in Oklahoma County.
Federal appeals courts already had struck down bans against gay marriage in five states — Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin — and those rulings will be allowed to stand.
Everyone — even in Alabama — deserves access to this basic right."The state's first openly gay lawmaker is under no illusions about legislative action on the matter in Alabama."All our hope lays in the court, and the Supreme Court, particularly," said state Rep. "The state will never move in this direction on its own, just like it didn't do on civil rights."The two-term lawmaker knows the difficulties of the situation first-hand: Having gotten married in Massachusetts last year to her longtime partner, Todd is now going through a divorce.