In a matter of days, the U.S. Supreme Court could strike down same-sex marriage bans in Georgia and a dozen other states. It would be a decision with wide-ranging implications, from wedding planners in Savannah to gay couple who want to divorce.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriage legal in Georgia could come any day.
Some couples living here have already decided to go outside the state to get married. But others say waiting to marry at home will be worth it.
Around the country people are waiting to see how the US Supreme Court will rule on whether states should be required to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. We could have the answer any day now.
Georgia is one of only 13 states where same-sex couples cannot legally marry. But a U.S. Supreme Court ruling may change that this month. Still, a commercial supporting same-sex couples is already airing in the state - but only in Augusta and Savannah.