Enter judgment declaring that the provisions of the Michigan Marriage Amendment which prohibit same sex marriage violates the Plaintiffs’ rights under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution;
Enter judgment declaring that same sex couples otherwise qualified to marry one another, may not be denied a marriage license application, a marriage license, a marriage certificate, or be prevented from exercising the right to civil marriage by virtue of seeking to marry a partner of the same sex; and
Enter judgment declaring that children of same sex couples who wish to marry under Michigan law may not be denied the legitimacy, rights, protections, benefits, support, security, and obligations conferred on children whose parents wish to marry and are permitted to marry under Michigan law.
During her campaign, Brown promised to “restore integrity to the clerk’s office.” By siding with the family, she seems to be following through on that promise.
(HT: Kathleen Perrin.)