Mother’s Day ad promotes same-sex marriage in Utah
Online video featuring Millcreek mom was made with national gay-rights group.
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It’s a literal demonstration of what Matis said she hopes her son will one day be able to do: follow in their footsteps.
The Kitchen v. Herbert lawsuit that toppled the state’s voter-approved same-sex marriage ban is awaiting a ruling from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, which will either uphold or overturn Shelby’s ruling.
Regardless of that outcome, the case is widely expected to be appealed to the Supreme Court, meaning it could take months before the question of same-sex marriage in Utah has been settled.
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