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Supreme Court's refusal to hear an appeal in a case that found Utah's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the state to recognize same-sex marriage. The United States Supreme Court stayed the ruling on January 6, 2014, while the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver considered the case.
In 1995, the Utah House of Representatives passed H. 366, a bill banning recognition of out of state same-sex marriage and same-sex unions in the state.
The plaintiffs' attorney contended that the policy is "based on prejudice and bias that is religiously grounded in this state".
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On March 1, 1995, the Utah State Senate voted 24–1 in favor of the bill. 24, a bill banning state same-sex marriage and its "substantially equivalent" in the state.
On the same day, Governor Mike Leavitt signed the bill into law. On March 23, 2004, Olene Walker signed the bill into law and the law went into effect on the same day.