Is this true? No. But gay couples are now free to marry in the state of Utah.
“Jeepers, Batman, how did this happen?” Well, it turns out that a federal judge in Utah declared the Utah constitutional amendment banning gay marriage as unconstitutional. The judge found the ban violated gay and lesbian couples due process and equal protection rights under the 14th Amendment. The state was unable to show that allowing same sex marriage would affect opposite sex marriages in any way. So, the Court reasoned that fear and speculation were not a basis for depriving lesbian and gay couples of the rights shared by straight couples.
What a concept! Is Texas next? Stay tuned; this is getting interesting.