In an interesting twist to the growing political storm surrounding the recent "rash" of state statutes against gay marriage being struck down in federal court, a federal judge in Puerto Rico has upheld that US territory's law banning gay marriage.
What reasoning did this federal judge use?
Surprisingly enough, a legal precedent set by the U.S. Supreme Court 43 years ago in the Baker vs Nelson case.
To learn more, please read Lauren Raab's recent piece in the Los Angeles Times..
Puerto Rico's Gay Marriage Ban Upheld by Federal Judge