Gov. Snyder says Michigan will comply with gay marriage law

The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that all 50 states must allow and recognize gay marriage. A Michigan couple was at the center of the case in Michigan which had been appealed as high as the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of appeals.

Gov. Rick Snyder issued this statement in response to the ruling:

"Same-sex marriage has been a divisive issue in Michigan and across our country. Recognizing that there are strong feelings on both sides, it is important for everyone to respect the judicial process and the decision today from the U.S. Supreme Court. Our state government will follow the law and our state agencies will make the necessary changes to ensure that we will fully comply.

"Let's also recognize while this issue has stirred passionate debate, we now should focus on the values we share. With this matter now settled, as Michiganders we should move forward positively, embracing our state's diversity and striving to treat everyone with the respect and dignity they deserve."

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