Judge Hears Same-Sex Marriage Arguments

The Stranger | July 29, 2004
In a King County courtroom, Judge William Downing listened to the plaintiffs and defendants in a suit to allow same-sex marriage. Then he asked the male defense attorney, If he could marry a woman but not a man, isn't that gender bias?

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