“There is no justification in denying Mr. Simpson the privilege of acting as the fiduciary, based solely on the gender and sexual orientation of his now-deceased spouse,” ruled the judge.
No clerks of court have started issuing marriage licenses in Florida, and all the cases are stayed pending appeal. I'll keep you posted here of the latest developments.
And now that I have your attention, I want to remind you that the American Bar Association's nomination period for the ABA Blawg 100, in which this blog has had the honor of being included the past several years, ends Friday at 5 p.m. Eastern time. The nomination form is here. If you enjoy my posts, I'd sure appreciate your nomination. They'll ask you for some links to posts you liked. Some I can suggest are:
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