Guam on Friday became the first US territory to recognise gay marriage, after a federal judge struck down the prohibition.
US district court chief judge Frances M Tydingco-Gatewood issued the decision after a hearing on Friday morning local time. It was scheduled to go into effect at 8am on Tuesday, when gay couples will be able begin applying for marriage licenses, the Pacific Daily News reported.
Friday, June 5, 2015
The territory of Guam now has marriage equality.