Monday, June 29, 2015

Some of the 13 States That Oppose Gay Marriage Refusing to Comply With Recent Supreme Court Ruling

Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi Among Those That Continue to Refuse Same-Sex Marriages

Prior to the Supreme Court ruling holding that denying marriage licenses to gay couples was unconstitutional, there were 13 states that refused to recognize such marriages.  Those states were Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.

Same-Sex Marriage Cause Still an
Uphill Battle in Texas, Elsewhere
The Huffington Post is reporting that at least 3 states have made manifest that they will continue to reject same-sex marriage license despite to Court's recent June 26, 2015 ruling. These states include Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana.

Other states formerly outlawing gay marriage, such as Georgia, Michigan and Alabama, are taking steps to ensure immediate compliance with the Court's ruling.

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