More and more states are jumping on board allowing for gay marriage. On Monday the 5th, a judge ruled that gay couples could marry immediately in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The ban on gay marriage everywhere else in the state is going to expire when the clock strikes at midnight on January 6th, 2015, the state of Florida will become the 36th state in America to acknowledge gay and lesbian marriage.
Florida Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel lifted a stay from a ruling in July that Florida’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, with a federal judge also finding the ban on gay marriage unconstitutional.
36 Out Of 50
This means that only 14 more states have not allowed for gay marriage. Nine states have pending stays in their appellate courts. Several states are waiting, pushing for the Supreme Court to act and settle the issue. On January 9th, the Supreme Court justices will have their first private conference to take up pending marriage cases.
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Love as we see it is gender blind. It is the wedding photographer’s privilege to cipher the emotional quality of joy and love between two people and their families. We celebrate marriage equality by presenting a few of our enlightened gay and lesbian weddings. This passion for the power of photography to capture the honest emotion of our clients’ events is evident from your first meeting and every visit to our studio.