Videos: First same-sex couples to be married in Utah exchange vows

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After a federal judge ruled that Utah's Amendment Three, which defined marriage as solely between a man and a woman, was unconstitutional, same-sex couples flocked to the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office to get married.

FOX 13 News' Annie Cutler was there as the first gay couple to be married in Utah exchanged vows, and the happy couple spoke with her following the ceremony. FOX 13 was also live at the clerk's office as Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker performed a same-sex marriage. See the videos above for the ceremonies.


  • Eric Anderson

    I’ve been saying for years that the best way to defend traditional marriage would be to eliminate government from the question altogether. Government should have no say in who is “married” and who isn’t.

    Told you so! This is what happens when you leave the government in charge of something that is none of its business. Use government to force your beliefs on others, and someday they’ll use it to force theirs on YOU. Government is not a trustworthy ally.

    TEA PARTY! LIBERTARIANISM! Learn them. Live them. It’s all about minding your own business, and affording others the same privilege.

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