One year ago today, the Supreme Court declared marriage equality the law of the land. The last year has not seen an easy transition everywhere. Chaos continued the day after the Supreme Court ruling:
- Mississippi said the decision was not “effective immediately”; the state AG said that they were waiting for a lower court ruling.
- The Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, Roy Moore, said that “the U.S. Supreme Court [has] no legal authority to redefine marriage” and that the decision may be invalid because two of the SCOTUS justices voting for the majority opinion didn’t recuse themselves.
- Louisiana AG said that the state would not be issuing marriage licenses to same-gender couples because there was no “mandate or order making [the] decision final and effective.”
- Utah tried to stop the state from issuing any marriage licenses.
- Texas AG Ken Paxton described the ruling as “a judge-based edict that is not based…
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