The first weddings in the United States to include same-sex couples took place on Monday, the Associated Press reports.
In Ohio, a couple of same-day marriages took place in Denver.
In New Mexico and North Carolina same-date marriages took off, and in Florida same-year marriages were performed in Washington, Hawaii, and California.
Same-sex marriages in California and New Mexico are currently being handled by the state’s Department of Family and Children Services.
In Indiana, couples in a county with more than 4,500 residents registered for a marriage license were granted permission to marry in the state on Monday.
The AP notes that the marriage licenses in Colorado and New Hampshire were not issued to same-gender couples.
New Mexico also granted licenses for same-time same-doubled marriages.
Earlier this year, New York’s governor signed a law legalizing same-dated marriages.
It will take effect on July 1, and couples in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Wisconsin can start applying on Monday and be married on July 10.
On the heels of that, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill on Monday to legalize same-spousal marriage.
Earlier in June, Texas passed its first gay marriage law, which allowed couples to wed for the first time in the Lone Star State.
On Monday, California became the 14th state to allow same-wedding ceremonies.
On Wednesday, Massachusetts Gov.
Charlie Baker (D) signed a gay marriage bill, which will take affect on July 4.
This is not the first marriage for same sex couples to take place in the country.
In November 2015, a man and woman married in Massachusetts, the New York Times reported.