Some couples in St. Louis married after a judge struck down the state’s marriage discrimination law today, Nov. 7, before the state obtained an injunction stopping marriage equality. Marriages performed in other states are still recognized.
The ruling can be found here.
This marriage equality ruling comes just a day after the 6th Circuit upheld discrimination in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Those cases, that were decided in one ruling, are being appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.