|Bourke v. Breshear|
|Full name||Gregory Bourke, et al. v. Steve Breshear, et al.|
|Plaintiffs||Gregory Bourke and Michael Deleon; I.D. and I.D., minor children, by and through their parents and next friends, Gregory Bourke and Michael Deleon; Jimmy Lee Meade and Luther Barlowe; Randell Johnson and Paul Campion; T.J.-C., T.J.-C., D.J.-C., and M.J.-C., minor children, by and through their parents and next friends, Randell Johnson and Paul Campion|
|Defendants||Steve Breshear, in his official capacity as Governor of Kentucky; Jack Conway, in his official capacity as Attorney General of Kentucky; Bobbie Holsclaw, in her official capacity as Jefferson County Clerk; Elaine Filiatreau, in her official capacity as Nelson County Clerk|
|Court||United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, Louisville Division|
|Current status||Responses due to motions to dismiss by October 7 and 11|
Bourke v. Breshear is a 2013 federal court case challenging Kentucky's marriage ban.
Filed on July 26, 2013, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, the case was assigned to Judge John G. Heyburn, II. The plaintiffs originally included one same-sex couple and their two children, and the defendants were the Governor and Attorney General of Kentucky, as well as the County Clerk for Jefferson County.
On August 16, 2013, the plaintiffs added a second couple and their four children, and added the County Clerk for Nelson County.
- 2013-07-26: #1: Complaint by plaintiffs
- 2013-08-16: #5: First amended complaint by plaintiffs
- 2013-09-16: #15: Proposed stipulation by all parties
- 2013-09-18: #18: Order extending time to answer
- 2013-09-25: #19: Answer by state defendants
- 2013-09-13: #14: Motion to dismiss by defendant Clerk Filiatreau
- 2013-09-16: #16: Motion to dismiss by defendant Clerk Holsclaw
- 2013-09-17: #17: Amended motion to dismiss by defendant Clerk Holsclaw
- 2013-10-07: Responses due to Defendant Filiatreau's motion to dismiss
- 2013-10-11: Responses due to Defendant Holsclaw's motion to dismiss