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Couples began arriving at the clerk's office in the border town of Las Cruces soon after learning of the announcement by Dona Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins. — A New Mexico county clerk began issuing same-sex marriage licenses on Wednesday in a surprise move that came as several challenges make their way through the courts to determine if gay marriage is legal in the state."I was in a coffee shop grading dissertations when my partner sent me an email saying, 'You want to get married? "I went home to brush my teeth and headed to the courthouse." County and city officials around the country have taken it upon themselves in recent years to issue same-sex licenses, with one of the first and most highly publicized cases in San Francisco in 2004. Earlier this month, the mayor of Braddock, Pa., began performing gay marriages in defiance of the law.The city issued the licenses for about a month before being ordered by courts to stop. In New Mexico, Ellins said in a statement that he carefully read state laws and concluded the "state's marriage statutes are gender neutral and do not expressly prohibit Dona Ana County from issuing marriage licenses to same-gender couples." Ellins said he had been considering issuing the licenses since June, when New Mexico Attorney General Gary King issued a position paper saying state laws don't allow same-sex marriage.King had asked county clerks to hold off on issuing licenses.He scheduled a news conference later in the day to further address the issue.

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