A federal judge in Wisconsin stuck down the state's prohibition on same-sex marriage late Friday afternoon. Clerks in two Wisconsin counties started issuing marriage licenses that day.
At least one more country will start issuing licenses today. But same-sex marriage opponents say weddings are premature pending an appeal of the ruling. Wisconsin's Republican Attorney General says he will appeal.
Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel statehouse reporter, has been covering the news this weekend. He joins The Daily Circuit to give us the latest.