When the Supreme Court overturned Section 3 of DOMA earlier this year, that should have instigated progress for the lawsuit filed by two gay couples in Oklahoma challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Predictably, Oklahoma is still stalling, nine years after the lawsuit was first filed, and the Tulsa court is refusing to issue a hearing date for Mary Bishop and Sharon Baldwin. U.S. District Court Judge Terence Kern (no relation to the reprehensible state Rep. Sally Kern) is charged with overseeing the case and has apparently been unresponsive to Bishop and Baldwin's lawyer and didn't respond to a call from the Associated Press.
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