Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Ky. bill protects religions from performing gay marriages

A northern Kentucky state legislator has filed a bill that would prevent the commonwealth from forcing religious figures or organizations from performing same sex marriages, and would protect such organizations and individuals from being sued if they refuse to perform such ceremonies. State Rep. Addia Wuchner (R-Burlington) said the bill is necessary because "we are in uncharted territory," although she acknowledged no one in Kentucky has yet pushed to have such a marriage in a religious setting against that organization's will.

For the full story, visit The Kentucky Enquirer online.