Court decision on Michigan's same-sex marriage ban will wait
This morning, U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman heard arguments for and against Michigan's 2004 constitutional amendment that bans same-sex marriage and civil unions.
There was some speculation that Judge Friedman could rule on the case today.
Instead he decided to wait before issuing his decision.
He said he wanted to wait to see how the U.S. Supreme Court rules on two cases dealing with same-sex marriage. Those cases are set to be heard later this month.
MPRN's Rick Pluta was at the hearing this morning and live tweeted the hearing.
You can follow along below to get a sense for how the hearing went.