The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals found bans on same-sex marriage in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, and Michigan to be perfectly lawful.
That statement came from one of three judges who today heard appeals in marriage equality cases from four states.
The church is in the more liberal range of Baptist beliefs, but there has still been some tension surrounding the move.
In appealing a February ruling that struck down Kentucky's ban on marriage equality, lawyers for the state claim that allowing same-sex couples to marry would cripple the state's economy, since those couples can't procreate.
Jack Conway, who refused to appeal a decision striking down Kentucky's same-sex marriage ban, thinks that decision will not be a liability in the governor's race.
An email survey from University Health Services posed a number of questionable queries to students at the University of Kentucky, including if they believed 'male homosexuality is a perversion.'
The federal judge who struck down the state's marriage ban 'got it right,' says Kentucky's Democratic attorney general. The state's governor, also a Democrat, disagrees.
A couple, joined by a civil union, could be torn apart if Kentucky prosecutors have their way.