Andy Shurman and his daughter Grace at KC news conference after SCOTUS ruling. Shurman has been married to his partner for 10 years.
One of the plaintiffs in te Missouri lawsuit challenging same sex marriages is pleased with today’s Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriages.
Andy Shurman says he thinks he may be in one of Missouri’s oldest same sex marriages.
He and his partner were married in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in July 2015.
Shurman says today’s ruling ends the perception that he has a second class family.
Gillian Wilcox of the Missouri ACLU says the sweeping ruling may not settle all Missouri cases. Wilcox says Mis our I still needs an anti-discrimination law.
The ruling ends two Missouri same sex lawsuits. One involved recognizing same sex married performed in state where is legal. The second was a direct leagal challenge to Missouri’s constitutional amendment that state marriage can only be between a man and a woman. Sent from my iPhone