DENVER — Same-sex marriage isn’t coming to Colorado yet.
Gay couples had sued hoping to take advantage of recent rulings to immediately invalidate Colorado’s gay marriage ban. But the trial judge last month declined to let his decision striking down the ban go into effect.
And Thursday’s ruling makes clear the federal courts will wait until the U.S. Supreme Court has final say.
Another lawsuit against the ban is before the Colorado Supreme Court.
Follow this case: Burns v. Hickenlooper.
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