just say yes

No, D.C. Officials Cannot Refuse to Grant Same-Sex Marriages, No Matter Their Religious Beliefs

SOUNDBITES — “You know the law, as I understand it in the District of Columbia, does not allow that when it comes to employees of the court — it does for clergy and others. It allows them to decline. It doesn’t allow for our folk to do so. While I don’t discuss personnel matters, what I will say is this: We expect to have anyone doing and officiating weddings to be officiating all weddings.” —D.C. Superior Court Chief Judge Lee Satterfiel explaining the rules about refusing to officiate (via)

(Pictured: A Westboro Boring protester in D.C. this morning, via)