Tag Archives: Osceola County

Wedding Bells Ring Across Florida

Hundreds of couples are lined up across Florida at the county clerks’ offices that have kindly opened their doors tonight. Weddings will continues until the wee hours of morning.

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FLORIDA: Osceola County Judge Tells Liberty Counsel That They Can Suck It

Osceola County Circuit Judge Leticia Marques today told the Liberty Counsel to suck it, dismissing the Florida Family Policy Council’s lawsuit against County Clerk Armando Ramirez, the state’s only county clerk who had vowed to officiate same-sex weddings despite contrary advice from the legal group that represents all Florida clerks. Per local news outlets, Marques ruled that the suit was ...

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Seven Central Florida Counties: We’ll Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses On Schedule

According to a survey conducted today by Orlando’s CBS affiliate, seven Central Florida county clerks say they will be issuing same-sex marriage licenses on schedule when the stay dissolves. Osceola County Clerk Armando Ramirez, the renegade for equality in this ridiculous saga, is sticking to his original plan to open his office at midnight on Monday. Ramirez was the sole ...

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FLORIDA: Liberty Counsel Sues To Prevent Officials From Marrying Gay Couples

Local hater John Stemberger is at it again with help from the Orlando-based Liberty Counsel. Via CBS Miami: With Florida’s gay marriage ban scheduled to be lifted on January 6th, a conservative group is trying to put the brakes on the plan. The Florida Family Action Inc. filed two lawsuits Tuesday, asking a judge to prevent the officials from either ...

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FLORIDA: Almost All County Clerks Plan To Refuse Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Via the Associated Press: Most of Florida’s 67 clerks of court don’t plan to issue marriage licenses to gay couples on Jan. 6, paralyzed by confusion over whether a ban on same-sex marriage is being lifted across the whole state that day, according to an Associated Press survey. Of the 53 clerks who responded to the AP survey, 46 said ...

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