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Rush to Altar Not Expected if Texas' Gay Marriage Ban is Lifted

A federal judge in San Antonio heard arguments Wednesday in a case seeking to overturn Texas' gay marriage ban. But even if the judge strikes down the ban, an appeals process will likely prevent same-sex couples from rushing to get married.


A federal judge in San Antonio heard arguments Wednesday in a case seeking to overturn Texas' gay marriage ban. But even if the judge strikes down the ban, an appeals process will likely prevent same-sex couples from rushing to get married.

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This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at http://www.texastribune.org/2014/02/13/rush-to-altar-not-expected-if-texas-/.

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