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At least two more counties in the US state of Colorado have announced that they will soon begin marrying same-sex couples, after a judge ruled in favour of a clerk who had defied instructions to allow gay couples to marry.
Colorado’s Boulder county clerk Hillary Hall can continue issuing same-sex marriage licenses in the state, a judge ruled on Thursday.
Boulder County judge Andrew Hartman ruled that Hall can continue issuing licenses, stating that although same-sex marriage is illegal in Colorado, Hall is not harming anyone with her actions.
The motion against Hall was filed by Republican Attorney General John Suthers, who claimed her
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