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This is not entirely surprising that the Supreme Court is upholding the law it (not our legislative system) created through it’s opinion.

People of faith will continue to lose out in their ability to freely express their faith.

The Supreme Court on Monday night denied an emergency application from a Kentucky clerk who has been refusing to issue marriage licenses because of her religious objections to same-sex marriage.

The clerk, Kim Davis, sought to put a lower court ruling on hold pending appeal, and in a one-page order the Supreme Court refused.Davis is now faced with a lower court order that her office begin issuing licenses effective Monday.The order marks the first time the issue of same-sex marriage has come back to the justices since they issued an opinion last June clearing the way for same-sex couples to marry nationwide.

Source: Kentucky clerk must issue same-sex marriage licenses – CNNPolitics.com

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