In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court case that made recognition of same-sex marriage the law across the country, some county clerks in Kentucky have refused to recognize such marriages.
Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney is tentatively one of them. He’s waiting until “everyone is on the same page,” legally speaking.
Obergefell v. Hodges, decided Friday, June 26, was a 5 - 4 vote.
Carney stated that any requests for a rehearing must be filed within 25 days of the original ruling; the deadline would be Tuesday, July 21.