"I believe all of the law is on our side. I believe the mood of the nation and the state of Arkansas is on our side and we should win. But we have to wait. We never know how the court is going to rule. I feel like It went well today," said attorney for the plaintiffs Cheryl Maples.
The Attorney General's office did not comment following the proceeding. However in court, the State told the judge Arkansas voters banned gay marriage through Amendment 83. Therefore it should stay that way.
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