What’s going on in Arkansas?

A couple is the latest couple to be married in Arkansas, after a judge struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriages.

The Arkansas Supreme Court issued a temporary injunction on Friday, ruling that a state law prohibiting same-gender marriages violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal protection clause.

The ruling came as same-day marriage ceremonies have been performed in Arkansas since 2013.

The court also said Arkansas should recognize the marriages of couples who have already married in other states.

Former Chelsea boss David Gill says he doesn’t think it’s a big deal to marry a gay man

The former Chelsea manager David Gill has told the BBC he does not think it is a big issue for gay men to marry, as long as they’re married to the person they love.

In a rare interview, Gill, who is married to his partner of 30 years, said he would never rule out a future with the 49-year-old former Manchester United striker.

“It’s just not my issue,” he said.

“I think there are so many gay people and gay couples in this country, and so many people that have been married.”

You can be a gay couple or you can be someone who’s a heterosexual couple, and it’s just so complicated.

“I don’t think there is anything wrong with a couple of couples having a couple or two kids.”

But I think that the way you have to live your life is not always the way I’ve lived my life, so I don’t want to rule it out.

“Gay couples who want to marry in New York, Connecticut, Vermont and Rhode Island have to apply for a marriage license there.

Gay marriage has been legal in New Jersey since December, when the state’s supreme court ruled it was constitutional.

The Supreme Court will now decide whether the state can go forward with a ban on same-sex marriage.

Gill has been a vocal supporter of same-year marriage and has campaigned for same-gender marriage.

Marriage license for Arkansas to take effect March 21

Arkansans will soon be able to get married on March 21, after a federal judge issued an injunction preventing the state from enforcing the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.

In his order on Wednesday, U.S. District Judge James H. Smith ordered that the U.K. Court of Appeal in the Northern District of Georgia issue an opinion in favor of the plaintiffs, asking the U,K.

Supreme Court to overturn the ruling.

The ruling, which will take effect as early as March 21 if not earlier, will allow married same-gender couples in the state to wed, the judge said.

The ruling was based on the U