A request is made in a motion submitted to the federal court in Phoenix for filing on behalf of seven couples who are currently plaintiffs in the case.
The motion asks for summary judgment declaring that the ban violates constitutional protections for due process of law and equal protection under the law.
Lawyers for the state deny that Arizona’s ban violates constitutional rights.
Arizona lawmakers approved a state law barring same-sex marriages in 1996, and voters in 2008 amended the Arizona Constitution to include a ban.
Follow this case: Connolly v. Roche.
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