"If this judge were to come to a conclusion other than to uphold the will of the people of the state of Colorado, as expressed in the constitutional amendment passed in 2006, and the laws of the state legislature that define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, it would be an exercise in raw judicial power," Michael Norton, senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, told CNA in an interview outside the courthouse following the hearing.
For 35 years, The Washington Times has produced in-depth, award-winning reporting and hard-hitting commentary from the nation's capital. Presidents change and lawmakers come and go, but The Times is always here, and FREE online. We appreciate your loyalty. Please support our efforts.