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Written by Michael C. Williams ([email protected])Published: November 08, 2018 12:38:50A lesbian couple is asking the courts to overturn a judge’s ruling that would have allowed them to get a new birth certificate after they were legally married.

Their case is the first of its kind in the country.

It is also a test of the new Trump administration’s support for same-sex marriage, which the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of.

Marjorie and Lisa Miller of Los Angeles, California, have been together for almost a decade, but they say they married on Dec. 20, 2016.

They had been together since January when they were married in a civil ceremony at the Los Angeles County Courthouse.

MarJorie says she was not aware of her relationship until after she had given birth to their first child, and she had not asked Lisa if she had ever been intimate with a man.

Mariah Miller says her birth certificate was forged after she was married.

Mariz was born without her first name, birth date, and gender on the birth certificate, and there is no record of her birth, according to court records.

Marajorie said that when she filed for a marriage license in 2016, the county probate judge’s office told her she was wrong to have a marriage certificate issued under her name.

Marijorie and her legal team, led by lawyer Lisa Wozniak, said the court issued an injunction against the marriage because Mariah was not able to produce the documents needed to legally get married.

They argued that, because the probate court had already issued a certificate, the judge’s order was invalid and the marriage was invalid.

Married same-gender couples are now able to get married in California, the country’s most populous state, with a certified marriage license.

The issue of same-year marriage is a topic of intense debate in the United States.

The California Legislature in 2018 passed a bill to change the state’s law to allow same-day marriage.

It was later struck down by a federal judge, who said that it was unconstitutional and could create discrimination.

The ruling was overturned on appeal.

The judge’s decision, however, left the question of same year marriage up to the courts.

A federal judge in Maryland is currently hearing a case on the issue, and the issue is expected to be decided by the Supreme Committee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in 2019.

In a lawsuit filed in California’s Northern District Court, the Millers said that the probates office has the authority to issue a certificate for a same-date marriage even though it is issued in a different state.

The case was filed by the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

The probate officer did not respond to a request for comment on Thursday.

Mariam Miller says she has no problems getting married, but that she would like to get the same type of license she has had in California.

“The problem is the court said, ‘You can’t get married on that date, that date is your birth certificate,’ ” she said.

Marji Miller says marriage licenses are a form of identification and she does not want her name to be used as a form for identification.

Marjan is a gay man, and his mother, Marjorie, was in a relationship with a woman who is a lesbian.

Marjan said he and Marjory were not intimate, but had sex.

Marje Miller says Marjan has no desire to get divorced.

Maroj is also gay and has no plans to get engaged, but he wants to get his license, Marji said.

“I just want to be a part of this society, I just want this to be part of the world,” Marjorad said.

He says he has no plan to get into the gay community, although he is open to having sex with someone of the same sex.

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