The court's logic is very simple:
My thought is that "marriage" today is only a legal contract; less binding than most. Recognition of same-sex unions in Costa Rica. Inthe Legislature took a further step when it required same-sex DP couples to file state income taxes jointly. Recognition of same-sex unions in Cyprus. Marriage is a religious concept. Sedona passed civil unions in September
No, I don't think so. Recognition of same-sex unions in Slovenia. This move reeks of desperation. A complete "evolution" on this issue would mean that the federal government including courts would impose gay marriage on the states regardless of state laws or constitutions. Council of Ministers did not and would not take care of that matter. Can these people ever marry since their function will be different from a heterosexual couple?