ATLANTA (WXIA) -- The effort to legalize gay marriage in Georgia is moving again after a six month standstill.The case challenges the state's 2004 marriage ban which makes it illegal for same-sex couples to wed. The trial itself could be months away.Right now, the state has 14 days to respond to the original lawsuit.But what has changed is that the process is moving again in Georgia.This is after 36 states recognizing same-sex marriages – with Florida joining that number this past week.
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