By Molly Messick
Wyoming – On Monday, the State Supreme court said that a same-sex couple married in Canada in 2008 may be divorced in Wyoming. That overturned a lower court decision. The district court had found that because Wyoming statute defines marriage as a civil contract between a man and a woman, the court did not have jurisdiction to dissolve a same-sex marriage. Now, a brief look at the reactions to that ruling. Molly Messick reports.