The decision from county Clerk Bo Ortiz comes after Republican Attorney General John Suthers said Monday his office “will file motions to expedite the lifting of the stays” in federal and state courts.
Suthers has yet to advise clerks if they can begin issuing licenses, but Ortiz says there was never a court order against Pueblo to delay.
Colorado was among six states bound by the same appellate rulings that the Supreme Court declined to review, meaning the lower-court rulings striking gay-marriage bans now stand.
Colorado voters banned gay marriage in 2006.
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