Federal Judge rules Mississippi ban on same-sex adoption is unconstitutional.


U.S. District Judge Daniel Jordan, in a preliminary injunction issued Thursday, ruled for the couples who had sued, saying the ban is unconstitutional after recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions legalizing gay marriage and benefits for gay couples. He ordered John Davis, executive director of the Department of Human Services to stop enforcing it.

“I am overwhelmed with joy,” Hattiesburg resident Kathy Garner said. She and wife Susan Hrostowski sued to allow Hrostowski to adopt 16-year-old Hudson Garner. “For us, this has been a long time in the making.”

Garner said the couple had contacted their local lawyer and planned to file adoption papers in Forrest County Chancery Court as early as Friday. Hudson, who wrote a first-person account of a Nov. 6 hearing, was more understated Thursday.

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2 responses to “Federal Judge rules Mississippi ban on same-sex adoption is unconstitutional.

  1. johnny

    absolutely incomprehensible !!!
    leviticus 18:22 .

  2. Douglas

    Another judge rules against the will of the people. There is no intelligent life on this planet.

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