Northcentral Wisconsin counties differ on decision to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, want guidelines

WISCONSIN - Gay couples can now get married in Wisconsin. U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb overturned the state's ban on same sex marriages on Friday. However, she didn't order counties to start issuing marriage licenses. That left many county clerks confused about what they could do.

Many county clerks in Northcentral Wisconsin didn't know if they could start issuing marriage licenses to gay couples on Monday morning.

Full story: WJFW

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