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An appeals court has rejected a county clerk’s attempt to appeal against same-sex marriage 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.
Despite the law already being in effect, Schuylkill County clerk Theresa Santai-Gaffney had earlier this month sought permission to file an appeal, claiming that she had standing to appeal as the ruling had made the scope of her duties unclear.
As the deadline for any potential appeals has now passed, Santai-Gaffney’s appeal is now the last stand of opponents of marriage equality in the state.
Judge Jones found against her last month, ruling that her
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