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xpi u. s. supreme court rulig legalizig same sex marriage across the uited states gives way to ew debates about religious freedom for those opposed to gay weddigs , oe christia groups settled the issue for itself , if his compaios votig overwhelmigly i favor of allowig religious weddigs for same sex couples wedesday ight i thik we fially got our courage together ad voted our covictios ad o amdi happy church kills close to two millio adherets i the u. s. ad is amog the more progressive of mailie america protestat groups , i two thousad three the deomiatioal active its first opely gay bishop , clergy members who object ca still declied to perform same sex ceremoies , i thik we'll fid you give a year to buy our ext try ay ad that this will probably ot be the big issue we talk about elsewhere i the u. s. states with bas o same sex marriage are grapplig with the same issue , a texas couty clerk could refuse to issue marriage liceses to same sex couples ow seeig staffers i her office will grat the licese , although she will ot citig her christia beliefs , couties ad other coservative states such as ketucky still decliig to issue such liceses sice last week's ladmark supreme court rulig