DENVER — A judge on Monday refused to stop a Denver clerk from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex, despite a still-active ban against the practice.
District Judge C. Scott Crabtree last week ruled that the state’s 2006 voter-approved gay marriage ban was unconstitutional. But he put that ruling on hold pending appeal, meaning the Colorado ban remains in place. The next day, a separate judge in Boulder rejected a request by Colorado Attorney General John Suthers to stop the clerk in that county from issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.
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