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Strawser v. Strange

Keith Ingram and Albert Halloway Pigg III

Named Plaintiffs Keith Ingram and Albert Halloway Pigg III, have been in a committed, loving relationship for approximately one year. They moved together to Dothan, Alabama, the town in which Plaintiff Ingram grew up, to be near his family. They wish to marry in order to obtain legal recognition for their family and to declare their commitment to each other before their loved ones and community. Each day that they are not permitted to be married, they experience uncertainty about whether they will be treated as family members in the event of an emergency. Plaintiffs Ingram and Pigg drove to the probate office in the county in which they live, Houston County, on February 10, 2015, and again on February, 17, 2015, to obtain a marriage license, but were refused. On March 5, 2015, Plaintiff Ingram called Defendant Russell’s office in Baldwin County and was told that while Defendant Russell is issuing marriage licenses to opposite-sex couples, he is not issuing licenses to same-sex couples.

From Doc #76 - Exhibit A

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