Thanks to the NC legislature and governor, these 30-some magistrates are protected in refusing to perform same-sex weddings from losing their job. Kentucky needs to learn quickly from North Carolina:
CBN NEWS – More than 30 magistrates in North Carolina have refused to perform weddings. But thanks to a new state law, they were able to do so legally.
Right after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in June, the state passed a law allowing officials to opt out of performing all marriages.
The law exempts court officials with a “sincerely held religious objection” and is designed for those opposing gay marriage.
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