He's also super pissed about the outcry.
But he's fine with the incremental approach.
It will be the 32nd state, after Arizona and Alaska joined the list today.
A federal judge struck down its same-sex marriage ban.
Justice Anthony Kennedy granted a temporary stay at the last minute.
The Sixth Circuit's Jeffrey Sutton is an unlikely swing vote.
On sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
By declining to take seven different appeal cases.
Is another Supreme Court fight next?
Today it's in Kentucky (pending appeal).
That makes 20 states.
Less surprisingly: in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and California.
Lots of tense, awkward laughter on NPR today!
And North Dakota becomes the last state to have its ban challenged.
A week after a judge struck down his state's gay-marriage ban.
Hint: South Dakota was second to last.
Governor Tom Corbett realizes it's a losing battle.
Pennsylvania's same-sex marriage ban is the latest to fall.