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Gay 'I-do's' in state halt after 4 days

High court notes law bars clerks from issuing licenses

Posted: May 15, 2014 at 6 a.m.

Randy Eddy-McCain officiates a wedding Wednesday for Lauren Zavelli and Mary Sorrels in the Pulaski County Courthouse rotunda in Little Rock.

Gay couples lost access to marriage licenses in Arkansas late Wednesday after the state Supreme Court noted that state law still prevents county clerks from issuing them to same-sex couples.

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