There’s more than one way to skin a cat, and it seems the state of Oklahoma may have found a way to keep the Federal Government out of its business. States were assured if the Supreme Court struck down DOMA — the Defense of Marriage Act, states could govern marriage without any intrusion by the Federal Government and its courts.
This all changed when California voters voted to define marriage between a man and a woman and a single judged overturned the referendum.
The same judicial intrusion has happened in state after state. While 81 percent of the voters in Alabama voted to stop same sex marriage, a single judge overruled that vote.
Oklahoma believes it has found a remedy.
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