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Topic - John Arthur
Ohio doesn't recognize gay marriage, but a federal judge ordered this week that it must in the case of a dying man who married his partner in Maryland, where the unions are legal, and list the couple on the official state death certificate.
Arthur said both sides had resolved the conflict, but that the case could be reopened by either side within two months if the agreement is not fulfilled.
Federal Judge John Arthur dismissed Dez Wells' lawsuit, which had claimed that Xavier and its president used him as a scapegoat to demonstrate an aggressive response to sexual assault allegations in the wake of two unrelated federal investigations.