The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that drivers can’t use a license to drive in Michigan unless they are married and have children.
The ruling comes after an appeals court overturned the state’s marriage license ban.
Read more about the Michigan ban at Michigan’s Marriage License Ban.
Michigan’s marriage ban is a significant change to Michigan law.
It bans all couples from marrying, which is the first step to legally tying the knot.
The law also bars anyone under the age of 18 from marrying.
This was not the only state to ban marriage licenses.
Michigan is one of only a handful of states that still ban gay marriage.
In California, the law bans gay couples from getting married.
The Michigan Supreme court ruling was the first time the court has overturned a state’s ban on gay marriage since the state was a part of the union.
It came just days after a federal appeals court ruled against a similar ban in Texas.
In addition to Michigan, other states have overturned bans on gay couples obtaining marriage licenses: Arkansas, Alabama, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia.