Terry Gildea

KUER

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News director at KUER public radio in Salt Lake City, Utah

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Utah, one of the country's most conservative states, is one place where gay marriage can resume after this morning’s Supreme Court announcement. A ban was overturned late last year.

Gay Marriage Ruling in Utah

Utah, one of the country's most conservative states, is one place where gay marriage can resume after this morning’s Supreme Court announcement. A ban was overturned late last year.

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