The Louisiana governor and possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful says if the Supreme Court strikes down his state's marriage ban, he's all for amending the U.S. Constitution.
In a best-case scenario, the Supreme Court could bring marriage to the whole country this summer. But a worst-case scenario puts marriage many years and millions of dollars away.
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'He vetoed the gay marriage bill in New Jersey,' Rep. Steve King told the crowd at the Iowa Freedom Summit. 'He is pro-life.'
The association says a recent ruling in favor of same-sex marriage in Alabama only applies to the plaintiffs in the case, and not gay couples across the state.
The decision was not accompanied by a stay, which means same-sex couples could start marrying as soon as county clerks' offices open.