ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The New Mexico Supreme Court will take up the gay marriage debate Wednesday, but don't expect a decision that day.
The state's highest court will hear two hours of arguments from lawyers, one on constitutional issues and the other on state statutes involving marriage.
State law doesn't authorize or prohibit gay marriage, but a state district court judge in Albuquerque ruled it is unconstitutional to deny gay couples marriage licenses.
Currently, eight New Mexico counties are granting marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.
KRQE News 13 will stream the Supreme Court hearing live on krqe.com.
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