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CINCINNATI, Ohio – A U.S. Court of Appeals judge has extended a freeze so Michigan county clerks cannot issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
The move comes after a stay was requested Saturday by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette. On Friday a federal judge in Detroit overturned Michigan’s ban on same sex marriage.
It is not clear how long the stay will be in effect.
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