Taos County, N.M, began allowing marriage licenses to same-sex couples this week, making it the sixth county in the state to do so since Dona Aña County started granting licenses last week. A judge ruled Monday that state law does not prohibit same-sex couples from obtaining licenses, and the state's attorney general has said he would not appeal the ruling. It's unclear whether the entire state will soon legalize marriage equality.

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