What you need to know about the future of weddings

WASHINGTON (AP) The Latest on a historic Supreme Court ruling that allows same-sex couples to wed (all times local):7:15 p.m.

The Supreme Court says states must recognize same-gender marriages.

The court’s decision says marriages performed outside of the country are valid.8:55 p.s.

A federal judge has ruled that a ban on same-year bridesmaids at bridal shops is unconstitutional.

The ruling was issued Tuesday.

The decision is expected to affect weddings in the coming weeks.11:55 a.m.:Same-sex marriage in Michigan is now legal, with judges ruling Tuesday that Michigan’s ban on brides, which was put in place after a federal judge struck down the state’s ban, is unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution.

The ban was first put in effect in 2014 and was struck down by the U-S Supreme Court.12:45 p.ms.

The federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., has ruled to uphold Michigan’s marriage ban on the grounds that the state constitution protects the rights of same- sex couples to marry.

The federal appeals judges ruling was expected Tuesday afternoon.13:55:The Supreme Judicial Court in Washington has issued an order saying Michigan’s same- gender marriage ban is unconstitutional because it is discriminatory and violates the equal protection clause of the U, S. Constitution, according to the Associated Press.

The court also said Michigan’s law does not violate the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment.14:25 p.me:Same-gender marriage will be legal in Alabama for now, but same-state couples are likely to face a host of challenges.

The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down Alabama’s same sex marriage ban, saying it violates the 14th Amendment’s equal protection and due process clauses.

A similar ban in Michigan was struck Down in 2015.

The Alabama Supreme Court, however, says that a lower court’s ruling was invalid, according the Associated Post.15:25 a.me.:A U.N. panel says it has ruled against the U the U.’s first case against Iran.

The International Court of Justice said Tuesday that the United States and its allies must end its “illegal and provocative” support for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

U.S.-led sanctions imposed on Iran after its nuclear program was detected by the United Nations in 1979 resulted in the lifting of sanctions in 2010, but the international community still has not lifted all sanctions against Iran, the U., and other countries.