New Paltz marriages not invalidated

Remember the over 200 same sex weddings performed in New Paltz, NY? NBC3 reports NY State Supreme Court Justice Michael Kavanagh refused to invalidate them.

Unfortunately, the judge’s reason is the couples need to be named in the case, this would give them the right to be heard in court. So, this doesn’t sound like a big legal victory for marriage equality. Matthew Staver of Liberty Counsel who filed the suit to invalidate the marriages plans to add the names to the suit, and then try again to invalidate the marriages.

We will be hearing more from the New York courts since there are several pending cases in the NY court system.

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