County clerks in Milwaukee and Madison have kept their offices open to issue licenses to couples who want to marry before an expected hold is placed on the judge’s decision.
Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki said couples were lined up outside his courthouse at 6 a.m. Saturday, three hours before it opened.
A post on his official Twitter account said 68 couples married Friday evening and 78 married on Saturday.
In total, 120 couples married in Milwaukee and Madison on Friday night, the Associated Press reported.
Abele said this is 24 hours he’ll never forget and he’s honored to take part in helping the couples marry.
In Madison, the Dane County Clerk’s office said it had issued 30 licenses by 11 a.m. Saturday and would remain open until 5 p.m. today.
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