From the daily archives: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Currently, there are two major lawsuits pending in Ohio challenging an aspect of the state’s ban on same sex marriages.

In the first case, now headed to the Court of Appeals, a married same sex couple wants the surviving spouse listed on a death certificate.  In another case, filed this week, four couples seek to list both same sex parents on their children’s birth certificates.

The theory of both cases is that Ohio does not have to allow same sex marriages, but must recognize valid same sex marriages preformed in other states – just like Ohio recognizes every […]

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