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U.S. District Judge Murray Snow on Thursday announced he would decline to rule in a lawsuit brought by Jack Block and Richard Murray, Arizona members of the Freedom of Religion Foundation.
The two men and Block’s sister had sued the Verity Baptist Church in Phoenix after it refused to host their March 2012 wedding, citing religious objections to same-sex unions.
Some 22,000 people attended the couples’ wedding, according to the Arizona Republic newspaper.
The couple’s attorney, Carl Vicente, filed the lawsuit after a resolution was enacted in the city of Gilbert, Phoenix, allowing same-sex couples to marry.
Nearly 200 couples have since wed in Gilbert.
Snow said in his decision that the state’s anti-discrimination laws, which offer protection to the couple’s religious beliefs, were adequate to cover the church’s refusal to perform the wedding.
But he went on to say that the Freedom of Religion Foundation, which brought the case, could have considered bringing a federal claim over any effort by the church to conduct a civil ceremony.
“In Arizona, it is possible to be married in a civil ceremony in some locales, including Gilbert, and yet have a church perform a religious wedding ceremony in church,” Snow wrote. “It seems clear that, with regard to any Christian church that wants to perform weddings in the public square, the city cannot constitutionally