What you need to know about Wisconsin’s marriage license bill

A bill to legalize same-sex marriage in Wisconsin has passed the state Senate and is headed to the Assembly, where it faces a tricky climb through a GOP-led House.

The measure, SB5, would define marriage as a union between a man and a woman and establish civil unions for married same-gender couples, a measure that would also require the state’s largest employers to allow same-person marriage.

But the measure faces an uphill battle in the House, where Democrats are expected to support the bill.

It is not clear whether the measure would get the votes needed to pass in both chambers.

If it does, the bill would likely face an uphill climb in the GOP-controlled Legislature, where Republicans have a strong majority.SB5 would make Wisconsin the 23rd state to legalize gay marriage, joining California, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Utah.

It’s not clear how many people would be allowed to marry under the bill, which has no exceptions for the health and well-being of children.

Under the bill’s proposed definition of marriage as the union of a man, a woman, and a person of the same gender, any union of two people could legally be dissolved by divorce or by death.

Marriage licenses would be issued for same- and opposite-sex couples.

The licenses would not be issued to couples who are legally married in another state.SB 5 is not a referendum measure.

Its only sponsor, Rep. Dan Schnatter, D-Mountain View, is a Democrat.

He said he wants to see SB 5 pass.

SB 5 passed the Senate in 2015 by a 56-41 vote, but has been mired in controversy since then.

Supporters of the bill say the measure will help protect the right of same-Sex couples to marry and to have their rights recognized.

Critics of the measure say it will give employers a reason to discriminate against same- sex couples.SB 4, the measure to allow marriage in a state that doesn’t recognize it, has been proposed for years by the National Organization for Marriage, which opposes same- gender marriage.

The National Organization of Marriage has said it opposes same sex marriage and would sue the state if SB 5 passes.

The legislation also would not apply to the state of Washington, which legalized same- Sex marriage in 2012.

The New York marriage license is here: How to get married in NY

New York is looking to make its first foray into a more traditional marriage.

New York City’s marriage license for couples wishing to marry outside of their home state has now been officially released and will be available on January 20th. 

The marriage license, which will be issued to couples in New York and its surrounding states, will allow couples to apply online for a marriage license at marriagebed.com, where a judge will determine if the application meets the requirements for a license, the NY Daily News reports.

The marriage license has been available for a month and will also be available at the New York State Department of Health and Hospitals and the State Office of Vital Statistics. 

“This is a very important step forward in ensuring the integrity of the marriage,” said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement.

New York City and New York’s other two counties are expected to follow suit in the coming months, and by March 2021 the marriage license should be issued in all other counties.”

These are important steps to ensure New Yorkers are treated fairly in this new era of marriage, and I’m pleased to have been able to work with Governor Cuomo and City Council members to make sure they succeed in this important endeavor.” 

New York City and New York’s other two counties are expected to follow suit in the coming months, and by March 2021 the marriage license should be issued in all other counties.