Kentucky Say No On Gay Marriage Licenses

A three-judge appellate court panel in Colorado has ruled unanimously that the owner of a bakery that argued baking a cake for a same sex couple goes against his religious beliefs discriminated against the couple and cannot refuse to make wedding cakes for gay customers.

Meanwhile in Kentucky, a county clerk is bucking the order of a US District Judge to comply with the SCOTUS’ ruling and issue gay marriage license. A deputy clerk said the office was advised by attorneys with the Liberty Counsel to continue refusing licenses as it appeals the judge’s order. Davis’ office has refused issuing any marriage license, gay or straight, since the Supreme Court’s ruling.