WY bill would void marriages

Casper Star Tribune
January 25, 2007
Gay couples who marry in Massachusetts and move to Wyoming would suddenly find themselves single if some Wyoming legislators have their way: A bill has been introduced that would allow Wyoming to void same-sex marriages granted by other states. "I don't know where the fear of a mass influx of married gay people entering Wyoming and demanding recognition comes from," said the Rev. Bob Spencer, social change coordinator for Wyoming Equality. "I cannot envision hordes of (married gay) couples from Massachusetts, England, Canada, Amsterdam or any place like that thronging to Wyoming at any point in near future." [link]