Federal Judge in Louisiana says ‘No’ to gay marriage

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BATON ROUGE, LA - Did you realize that across the country, there's been 20 court victories in a row, in favor of same sex marriages?

That was the case until a federal judge in Louisiana put an end to the winning streak, upholding the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Judge Martin L. C. Feldman of Federal District Court ruled that marriage is between a man and a woman, and that's it.

The ruling is a big blow to those who want to see gay couples married in the U.S.

So as you can imagine, gay rights groups are expected to appeal it.

Either way, this latest case could push the issue of gay marriage closer to being heard by the United States Supreme Court.

Only time will tell what rights will be in black and white over this colorful issue.

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