5 counties say no to gay-marriage licenses

Many will wait for high-court opinion after judge struck down state ban Friday

Posted: May 12, 2014 at 5:42 a.m.

Citing a lack of appropriate court documents and confusion over how to interpret a judge's ruling that struck down Arkansas' gay marriage ban, many counties will not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples until the state Supreme Court issues an opinion on the matter, according to the Association of Arkansas Counties.

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