Earlier this week Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine continued his fight against a Federal Judge’s decision to grant John Arthur the right to have his husband’s name appear on his death certificate. Arthur and Jim Obergefell, a Cincinnati couple, were legally married in Maryland. John recently passed away from ALS, but Mike DeWine continues to battle his dying wish in court.
In response, Freedom to Marry Ohio and other groups held a rally in Cincinnati with Ted Strickland and David Pepper, Mike DeWine’s Democratic opponent for Attorney General.
“Mike DeWine continues to waste his time and our taxpayer dollars on his crusade against an Ohioan who passed away nearly one year ago,” said David Pepper. “It’s time to end this sad spectacle and get to work solving the pressing problems facing Ohio communities.”
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