Gay marriage back as judge fills out ruling

Posted: May 16, 2014 at 4:02 a.m.

Randy Eddy-McCain officiates the marriage of a couple, who asked not to be identified, at the Pulaski County Courthouse May 15, 2014. The two men have been together for 35 years. The pair heard of the temporary lift of the ban for same sex marriages and took time out of their day to come by the courthouse to be legally wed.

Same-sex marriages resumed Thursday afternoon in Little Rock after Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza expanded his order striking down Arkansas' gay-marriage ban, acting in response to a finding by the state Supreme Court that his original ruling was incomplete.

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