(Cincinnati, OH) -- A judge is striking down part of Ohio's ban on gay marriages.
Attorney Scott Knox believes this could open the door for more rulings in favor of same-sex marriage. Federal Judge Timothy Black ruled on Monday that a constitutional right to marry should not be violated by a nearly ten-year-old voter-imposed gay marriage ban. The state attorney general is vowing to appeal.
Attorney Scott Knox says the ruling means Ohio has to recognize out-of-state same-sex unions on death certificates.