The Idaho Association of Counties convened county clerks from across the state in a webinar this afternoon to go over procedures to comply with the federal court decision this week legalizing same-sex marriage in the state. Just before the session started, the news came that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals had issued a temporary stay, delaying the change, which had been scheduled to take effect Friday morning at 9. “They were pretty well ready,” said Dan Chadwick, IAC executive director. “Now we’ve been given a little bit of breathing room and we can fine-tune it a little bit more”/Betsy Russell, Eye on Boise. More here.
Other news today about same-sex marriage ruling:
- Wasden files brief, says state would be harmed
- Otter appreciates temporary stay on same-sex ruling
- Plaintiff: State couldn't prove their our marriages are detrimental
- Unitarian minister sad to not perform same-sex marriages Friday
- Wedding-reception-style party still planned for Ada County Courthouse