Colorado | Gay Marriage | News

Colorado Supreme Court Halts Gay Marriages in Boulder Following Appeal from Attorney General

SuthersColorado’s Supreme Court has ordered Boulder County to cease issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples while an appeal from Attorney General John Suthers [pictured] is heard.

The Denver Post reports:

In saying it would take the case, the state Supreme Court ordered Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Hillary Hall — the last clerk in Colorado still issuing licenses to gay couples — to stop.

A spokeswoman for Hall said the office is reviewing the court's order and would have a statement soon. Hall has previously said she would obey an order from the state Supreme Court.

Suthers, a Republican, claimed that county clerks were causing “irreparable harm” to the state by continuing to issue licenses to gay couples. 

Feed This post's comment feed


  1. She had a very nice run of it, about a month. Good for her!

    Posted by: ben~andy | Jul 29, 2014 6:35:07 PM

  2. It's worth case none of the other posts on this matter have referenced it...that CO Attorney General John Suthers signed a legal brief urging the US Supreme Court to uphold not only Proposition 8 but also the Defense of Marriage Act.

    Posted by: peterparker | Jul 29, 2014 6:53:41 PM

  3. Nice combover, Suthers. Sign of a true loser.

    Posted by: David | Jul 29, 2014 7:19:09 PM

  4. Give it up you breeders. Y'all are having hissy fits and just jealous that we GLBT's are too fabulous and that we WILL have EQUAL rights.

    Posted by: Padraig | Jul 29, 2014 7:26:48 PM

  5. “It appears very likely that, either judicially or politically, Colorado is going to have same-sex marriage. But that is no excuse for abandoning the legal processes by which legal change or political change comes about.” John Suthers

    Posted by: Zach | Jul 29, 2014 8:43:52 PM

  6. So now the irreparable harm is done to the gays who want equality under the Constitution.

    Well that's all right then.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Jul 30, 2014 12:10:20 AM

  7. Does the Colorado Supreme Court imagine there is a Colorado exemption to 10th-Circuit precedent?

    The only reason they're doing this is to delay the inevitable. They want to inflict as much pain on same-sex couples as they can, while they can.

    It's disgraceful.

    Posted by: Randy | Jul 30, 2014 1:34:20 AM

Post a comment


« «Oh Hell No!: David Mixner to Perform Benefit Stage Show in NYC« «