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Federal appeals court suspends same-sex marriages in Michigan

A federal appeals court is suspending same sex marriages in Michigan until at least Wednesday.
But several hundred same-sex couples were able to get in to state clerks offices before that ruling, and they got married.

A federal judge had overturned the 2004 ban on Friday.
And then yesterday the appeals court temporarily reinstated the ban.

In its brief order, the court explained that it did so "to allow a more reasoned consideration of the motion to stay."

More than 300 marriage licenses were issued before that decision came out.
No word on what it means for those couples