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Some states are still trying to resist gay marriage
If they say that everything is bigger in Texas, well so is their "big" opposition to gay marriage. County Clerks in the Lone Star state will be able to turn away gay couples seeking marriage licenses, the state's attorney general Ken Paxton (R) announced on Sunday.
Paxton told the Austin American-Statesman that clerks can refuse based on religious objections and that "numerous lawyers stand ready to assist clerks defending their religious beliefs."
Texas was one of 13 states that banned gay marriage before the Supreme court ruled on Friday that those bans were unconstitutional, effectively legalizing gay marriage across the country. Therefore, it doe not come as no surprise that the state (again) is trying to fight progress.
"Friday, the United States Supreme Court again ignored the text and spirit of the Constitution to manufacture a right that simply does not exist. In so doing, the court weakened itself and weakened the rule of law, but did nothing to weaken our resolve to protect religious liberty and return to democratic self-government in the face of judicial activists attempting to tell us how to live," Paxton wrote in the opinion.
Lawmakers in Louisiana and Mississippi, which also previously had bans on gay marriage, are actively resisting the ruling by delaying its implementation. Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell (R) claimed that because the Supreme Court's ruling did not include an official order for states to begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, "there is not yet a legal requirement for officials to issue marriage licenses or perform marriages for same-sex couples in Louisiana." Parish and city clerks were instructed to hold off on issuing licenses for 25 days, the amount of time states are allowed to appeal the Court's ruling.
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