Information on the States That Allow Gay Marriage

Michigan

Michigan Marriage Laws: What the State Constitution says…

Marriage is inherently a unique relationship between a man and a woman. As a matter of public policy, this state has a special interest in encouraging, supporting, and protecting that unique relationship in order to promote, among other goals, the stability and welfare of society and its children. A marriage contracted between individuals of the same sex is invalid in this state.

Michigan Statute 551.1

Source: Michigan State Constitution