They will be married by the black-robed tyrant who first struck down Michigan’s ban! More from WTSP-TV:
April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse, the Michigan couple at the forefront on the battle for marriage equality, will finally say their vows Saturday. The couple came into the public eye as they challenged Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage, arguing that they had a right to marry and legally adopt each other’s children. Their drawn-out efforts came to fruition in June when the Supreme Court struck down the ban on gay marriage, granting DeBoer and Rowse the right to marry and to adopt each other’s children. The wedding ceremony will be performed by U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman, the judge who heard the couple’s case and overturned Michigan’s gay-marriage ban
Via Equality Case Files, who is attending the wedding and will have photos for us later today.