Now that marriage equality is the law of the land, a few questions must still be answered.
The state's first openly gay legislator filed the complaint with the State Bar of Texas, saying Attorney General Ken Paxton is encouraging county clerks to defy the law by denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Sylvia Cabus, a pro-equality Mormon, felt compelled to speak out after her family's picture was used.
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Two same-sex and two opposite-sex couples filed the suit Thursday against Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who had ceased issuing marriage licenses. Meanwhile, a Tennessee county sees an exodus of officials opposed to marriage equality.
The state of Louisiana was among the last holdouts on recognizing the Supreme Court's ruling.
Rachel Maddow breaks down the state of equality for the leaders and county clerks in southern states still resisting the inevitable.
Republican presidential candidates draw a line between racism (which is bad) and homophobia (which is perhaps just fine).