A federal judge in Alabama says she will rule “soon” on three gay couples’ request that she force a probate judge to issue a marriage license in Mobile County.
U.S. District Judge Callie Granade held the brief hearing Thursday. She did not indicate exactly when she would rule.
Granade held the hearing amid confusion in Alabama, as many probate judges there refused to issue the licenses after state Chief Justice Roy Moore said they didn’t have to.
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