Couples that were married this past weekend after the ban on gay marriage in Michigan had been overturned, are now left wondering if their marriages will be recognized.

According to Governor Rick Snyder, the state won't decide whether to recognize any same sex marriages performed over the weekend, until a Federal Appeals Court rules on the overturned voter-approved ban. Genesee County clerk John Gleason talked to ABC 12, about how disappointing this is for many couples.

ABC 12 – WJRT – Flint, MI