A judge who cited his 'personal and Christian beliefs' in refusing to marry gay couples is told by Ohio's Supreme Court Board of Professional Conduct he doesn't get a choice.
Toledo Municipal Court Judge C. Allen McConnell refused to marry a lesbian couple Monday because of his religious convictions — and will continue to do so unless the state Supreme Court intervenes.
Updated March 5: Marriages can't start while Ohio's marriage challenge awaits oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court, with a ruling expected sometime in June.
We've boiled hundreds of pages of legal briefs down to just five main arguments you need to know.
The couples filed legal briefs Friday, and their case is likely to be heard in April.