At least one county clerk quit, and a judge changed the rules for courthouse weddings, to voice their opposition to marriage equality.
Their lawsuit will go forward, however, until the Hood County clerk's office promises to serve all couples, their attorney says.
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.
Rachel Maddow breaks down the state of equality for the leaders and county clerks in southern states still resisting the inevitable.
Don't get all misty for Pastor Rick Scarborough, who wrote an op-ed explaining that his 'love for homosexuals' is so he can 'offer God's redemption.'
Attorney General Ken Paxton, calling the Supreme Court's marriage equality decision 'lawless,' says county clerks and their staffs can opt out of licensing same-sex marriages.
Senator Ted Cruz says he believes the Supreme Court justices who voted in favor of same-sex marriage and national health care "rewrote the Constitution."