The request was rejected by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Share on WhatsApp 0 reader comments
A federal appeals court has rejected an attempt by a county clerk to appeal a ruling which made same-sex marriage possible in Pennsylvania.
Same-sex marriage was legalised in Pennsylvania following a ruling by Judge John Jones on May 20.
It was cemented as law when the state’s Governor, Tom Corbett, refused to appeal, alongside the Attorney General.
A Pennsylvania judge in June rejected an attempt by Schuylkill County Orphans Court Clerk Theresa Santai-Gaffney to appeal against the ruling.
Now the 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals has also rejected the request to appeal.
Santai-Gaffney now says she intends to appeal to the US Supreme Court.
In his original ruling striking down the same-sex marriage ban, Judge Jones wrote:
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