Same-sex marriage remains in limbo in Kansas
Brad Cooper wrote:
"A Johnson County judge directed the district court clerk this week to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples without fear of being prosecuted under Kansas law.
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The status of same-sex marriage in Kansas shifted quickly this week, but it appears still unsettled.
'You can go ahead and get a marriage license,' cautioned University of Kansas law professor Richard Levy. 'But if you do that, you may run the risk that the order under which you got your license is declared invalid.'"