As the U.S. Supreme Court debates gay marriage in the Beehive State, the newly married wait to see what becomes of their unions
By Eric S. Peterson
When a federal judge struck down Utah's ban on same-sex marriage Dec. 20, 2013, couples flocked to have their unions legally recognized. Since then, Utah convinced the U.S. Supreme Court to halt legalization of same-sex marriages while the high court deliberates on the issue. The Salt Lake City Weekly gathered just a few of those couples' stories, of what they gained that day--and what they now stand to lose, depending on the Supreme Court's ruling.
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