Oregon Court Nullifies Gay Marriages

The Oregon Supreme Court on Thursday nullified nearly 3,000 marriage licenses issued to gay couples last year by Multnomah County, saying a county cannot go against state matrimonial law. Oregon Public Radio's Colin Fogarty reports.

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