Florida clerks can start issuing marriage licenses to gay couples in January -- but if they do, they could risk arrest and jail time. An anti-gay group in Hawaii is still trying -- and failing -- to stop marriages. And things are still looking bad for the National Organization for Marriage.
The comments on NOM, while a little unusual for AFER, are pretty much on point.
Florida seems to be adopting the Kansas strategy -- fight tooth and nail, county by county -- and all that's going to happen is that it's going to cost their taxpayers a lot of money.