SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Mynews4.com & KRNV) - Same-sex marriages are continuing in Utah after a federal court rejected a request to place them on hold.
Couples lined up outside the Salt Lake County Clerk's office early this morning. Dozens of marriages were performed minutes after receiving their licenses.
More than 200 licenses have been issued since a federal judge overturned Utah's same-sex marriage ban on Friday. The judge denied the state's request to stop the marriages while the decision is appealed.
Gay couples said it's a day they have dreamed about for a long time.