No Arguments Submitted to Judge for Upholding Oregon’s Gay Marriage Ban
The Oregon Attorney General wants the ban removed, nobody has filed to oppose it's removal.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The future of Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage goes before a federal judge this week. Oregon's attorney general says the ban is legally indefensible. Her office filed a lengthy brief urging judge U.S. District Judge Michael McShane to throw it out. There have been no legal arguments submitted for upholding the ban.