Utah stands on the precipice of a major milestone today: the tenth anniversary of legalizing same-sex marriage. A decade ago, this decision represented a significant leap of faith for a state where less than 40% of residents voiced support, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. But fast forward to the present, and the landscape has dramatically shifted. Today, acceptance has blossomed, with nearly 75% of Utahns affirming marriage equality, as per recent polls.
The journey to marriage equality in Utah was far from smooth. From the initial 2013 court ruling granting marriage licenses to same-sex couples, to the. . .