Ignore Supreme Court Ruling, Lawmaker's Resolution Tells Top Leaders
December 3, 2015
In the shadow of the state Christmas tree, about 400 people rallied against what they say is escalating Christian persecution. Top on the list of the persecution they claim? Marriage equality.
Rep. Tom Hooker, R-Wyoming, told the crowd he would "drop" or introduce a resolution Wednesday in the state House that would declare the June U.S. Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling "unconstitutionally usurped power expressly reserved by the United States Constitution to the states and the people."
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