Michael De Leon, left, and Gregory Bourke filed suit last July challenging Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage. Bourke and De Leon, both of Louisville, were married in Canada in 2004.
Michael De Leon, left, and Gregory Bourke filed suit last July challenging Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage. Bourke and De Leon, both of Louisville, were married in Canada in 2004. AP
Michael De Leon, left, and Gregory Bourke filed suit last July challenging Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage. Bourke and De Leon, both of Louisville, were married in Canada in 2004. AP

U.S. Supreme Court mum about its intentions for Kentucky's same-sex marriage cases

January 12, 2015 10:45 AM

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