Wisconsin Marriage Amendment struck down by federal judge
Crabb did not stay her ruling but also did not immediately issue an order blocking the enforcement of the order, leaving it for the moment unclear whether couples could immediately marry in the courthouses of Wisconsin.
Instead, Crabb asked the gay couples who had sued over the ban to describe by June 16 exactly what they wanted the judge to block with respect to the enforcement of the law. She said she would then address whether to stay her decision while the matter is on appeal.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, a Republican, said that "current law remains in force" in Wisconsin and he would appeal the decision.
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