Arkansas Attorney General Files For Stay From Supreme Court


Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has filed for a stay from the Arkansas Supreme Court on a judge’s ruling that ended the Arkansas same-sex marriage ban, according to court documents.

The stay seeks to temporarily suspend Pulaski County Circuit Judge Christopher Piazza’s ruling that struck down the state’s gay marriage ban until the Arkansas Supreme Court could issue a ruling of their own, court documents state.

This allows for more time for the case to be appealed to a higher court.


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