This Week’s Lawsuit

March 14th, 2014 by Will Humble Leave a reply »

We were sued this week by a group of same-gender couples in Arizona- challenging Arizona’s ban on gay marriage. The lawsuit challenges Arizona’s marriage criteria which excludes same-gender couples from marriage. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Phoenix by seven same-gender couples and two people whose partners had died. We haven’t analyzed all of the details of the suit, but it looks like we’re linked in because of the laws and regulations governing our issuance of death certificates.


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  1. Arlin Troutt says:

    Mr. Humble as you may know 5 yr. Old Zander Welton had a court hearing on February 14, 2014 also in front of Judge Katherine Cooper. Zander’s parents were being threatened with arrest by County Attorney Bill Montgomery if they gave Zander the marijuana oil he needs for his seizures. Judge Cooper ruled on that issue this morning in Zander’s favor. She also set up the perfect storm of litigation to hold you accountable in your individual and professional capacity for your outrageous and destructive interpretations of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) The pain, suffering, death and other damages that have occurred as a result of these continuing incoherent interpretations of the AMMA language requires accountability. You and Mr. Montgomery have been warned repeatedly by the courts about playing games with this law yet you continue down the illegal path as if you don’t understand the damage you are doing or the consequences of the laws you are ignoring and violating.
    I am preparing a lawsuit that will not be like the others. You have an opportunity to talk to me about this and save the taxpayers of Arizona a lot of legal fees and serious legal problems for yourself. You have stepped outside your ream of authority and found yourself on the wrong side of the law, history and the citizens of Arizona. I’m giving you the opportunity to get some really good advice and help get you on the right side of the law, science, medicine and history.
    Respectfully Submitted,
    Arlin Troutt

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