Laws still protect what Obergefell took away

By Charlie Butts - Posted at One News Now:

While an atheist group says it will represent homosexual couples denied a marriage license, a law firm claims those clerks have a legal right to do so.

Attorney Jeremy Dys and Liberty Institute are responding after Americans United for Separation of Church and State claimed in a statement that government employees don't have the legal right – even because of religious beliefs – to refuse to issue a marriage license.

According to Dys, however, the claim by Americans United ignores legal precedent and laws on the books, which prevent the government from forcing people to violate their conscience.

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