Same-sex marriage laws, religious business owners on collision course

BY BILL SHERMAN, Tulsa World Published: February 17, 2014
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Oklahoma may soon join a growing number of states where same-sex marriage laws and religious liberty concerns are on a collision course.

A federal judge's ruling last month that Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional raises questions that eventually will need to be addressed by lawmakers and judges.

If the ruling is upheld, will a church that rents its facilities to the public for weddings be allowed to turn down a gay or lesbian wedding?

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