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Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Marriage Ban

Today a Wisconsin federal judge ruled in Wolf v. Walker that the state’s marriage ban is unconstitutional.

By - Jun 6th, 2014 04:18 pm

Today a Wisconsin federal judge ruled in Wolf v. Walker that the state’s marriage ban is unconstitutional.

Evan Wolfson, president of Freedom to Marry, released the following statement:

“Today’s decision out of Wisconsin marks the twentieth consecutive ruling by a federal or state judge since last year that a discriminatory state marriage ban is unconstitutional. Across the country, the courts agree: same-sex couples and their families need the dignity of marriage, and anti-marriage laws are indefensible. With over 70 marriage cases now making their way through the courts, today’s decision in Wisconsin underscores that all of America is ready for the freedom to marry. It’s time now for the Supreme Court to bring resolution nationwide.”

Freedom to Marry is the campaign to win marriage nationwide. We are pursuing our Roadmap to Victory by working to win the freedom to marry in more states, grow the national majority for marriage, and end federal marriage discrimination. We partner with individuals and organizations across the country to end the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage and the protections, responsibilities, and commitment that marriage brings.

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