Justice Thomas and Justice Alito added that the Obergefell ruling “enables courts and governments” to label believers in traditional marriage “as bigots, making their religious liberty concerns that much easier to dismiss.”
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The Kentucky county clerk was freed Sept. 8, but she could face further sanctions if she continues to follow her conscience by declining to issue marriage certificates to same-sex couples.
Four same-sex couples have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the ban, and legal specialists say the Magnolia State may not be able to withstand it.
COMMENTARY: The fatal flaw in the June 26 U.S. Supreme Court decision lies in its failure to recognize the nature of marriage.
COMMENTARY: Our culture no longer seems to have the spiritual or intellectual resources to reverse steps or prevent the next ones.
A CNA investigation has found that millions of dollars have been poured into efforts to combat religious-freedom exemptions in the United States.
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