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10/13/2014 03:47 pm ET Updated Oct 13, 2014

Idaho Same-Sex Couples Can Begin Marrying On October 15

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has dissolved the stay blocking same-sex marriage in Idaho, The Spokesman Review and BuzzFeed report.

Couples can begin marrying 9 a.m. MT on Wednesday.

On Oct. 7, the 9th Circuit Court struck down both Idaho and Nevada's gay marriage bans, but the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay after a last-minute appeal by Idaho officials, temporarily putting gay marriages on hold in the state. On Oct. 10, the nation's highest court said Idaho could proceed with same-sex marriages.

Read the 9th Circuit's order below:

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