Utah Will Not Recognize Gay Marriages Performed In The State


By Paul Johnson

Salt Lake City, Utah (CNN) - The Utah state government will not recognize gay marriages.
And that includes those performed during the 17 days when Utah law was struck down by federal courts, allowing gay marriages.
Gay organizations say the decision brings needless harm to families.
Rod Decker reports.

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