For nearly three weeks over the holidays, the federal court had told Utah officials they had allowed same-sex couples to wed. Then the United States Supreme Court put that all on hold. Then Utah officials decided to ignore the marriages performed while it was briefly legalized. So how are those folks dealing with the roller-coaster of marriage law in the beehive state? And are they hopeful that the litigation will eventually be resolved in their favor?
Marty Pendry-Struthers, partner to the first same-sex marriage carried out in Washington County, Utah