Wisconsin gay couples married in California could face charges when they return
Individuals who go out to California to marry a gay partner could face a criminal charge after they get back.
The gay rights group Fair Wisconsin is warning its supporters about a little-known state law that makes it a crime for Wisconsinites to marry elsewhere, if it's illegal here.
Other states have similar laws, but Wisconsin has the toughest penalties - up to nine months in prison and a $10,000 maximum fine.
It's not certain if prosecutors would press the issue.