Justice Why a US judge ruled that Puerto Rico's gay marriage ban is legal

A federal judge in Puerto Rico chastised other federal judges who have overturned gay marriage bans for not following Supreme Court precedent. The case now goes to the First Circuit in Boston.

By , Staff writer

Bucking a tidal wave of federal court rulings striking down state bans on gay marriage, a US judge in Puerto Rico has upheld the Caribbean island’s marriage law defining the institution as a union of one man and one woman.