Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in Washington state since December 6, 2012. The Washington Court of Appeals denied the claim in 1974 in Singer v. Hara. The Washington Supreme Court refused to review the decision.
Andersen v. King County, 138 P.3d 963 (Wash. 2006), formerly Andersen v. Sims , is a Washington Supreme Court case in which eight lesbian and gay couples sued King County and the state of Washington for denying them marriage licenses.
The Washington state Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against a based on same-sex marriage constitutes discrimination on the basis of.
“Washington state law protects same-sex couples from about marriage, and now the Washington Supreme Court has given the state a pass.