By Bob Geary
on Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 2:12 PM
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum: "Because we cannot identify a valid reason for the state to prevent the couples who have filed these lawsuits from marrying in Oregon, we find ourselves unable to stand before [U.S. District Court] Judge McShane to defend the state's prohibition against marriages between two men or two women." Oregon's ban was passed by voters in 2004. More on Rosenblum's decision here. The Washington Post has a roundup of statements made by the six — so far — attorneys general who've taken similar positions that such bans are unconstitutional in light of the U.S. Supreme...