How Southern states are now challenging gay marriage – CSMonitor.com

Four more states joined a broad conservative push against same-sex marriage this week, as several moved forward legislation that protects businesses, officials, and organizations who refuse to serve gay couples. In Kentucky, lawmakers pushed to create separate marriage licenses for gay and straight weddings. Citing religious liberty, lawmakers in Virginia, Georgia, and Mississippi approved bills that they say offers equal protection for same-sex marriage opponents and supporters alike. These are states where there is far less public support for the Supreme Court’s June 2015 effective legalization of gay marriage than polls show nationwide.

Source: How Southern states are now challenging gay marriage – CSMonitor.com

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