The stay remains in effect while the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals considers the long-term question of whether gay couples have a right to wed in Utah. In Weber County, about 35 couples married before the ruling, but their marriage certificates were not recorded after county attorneys said to put them on hold. With the new legal guidance, those completed marriage certificates will now be processed, Weber County Clerk Ricky Hatch said in a statement late Thursday. Reyes’ new advice was issued to clear up some confusion and only applies to marriages that were solemnized, said his spokeswoman, Missy Larsen. “As long as the marital ceremony http://www.richmondnewsnow.com/1351-the-dating-point-to-launch-its-newest-website-for-mens-dating-guide_rmn.html happened prior to the stay, then the marriage can receive documentation,” Larsen said. The attorney general’s office said Thursday’s guidance is not a decision on whether the marriages are valid.
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