CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Four same-sex couples who have sued to gain the right to marry in Wyoming are asking a judge to immediately rule in their favor after a recent ruling by a federal appeals court.
The couples filed suit in March in state district court in Cheyenne. They filed a motion for summary judgment Tuesday.
Gov. Matt Mead says he will continue to defend Wyoming‘s existing law.
Case archives: Courage v. Wyoming.
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