03 Jul 2009 Saskatchewan government to ask courts for ruling on same-sex marriage
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Globe and Mail (July 3, 2009): Saskatchewan’s justice minister says the government will ask the Court of Appeal for its opinion on proposed legislation dealing with same-sex marriage. Don Morgan says the legislation would allow marriage commissioners with contrary religious beliefs to opt out of performing same-sex ceremonies. [Continue reading this article here.]
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