Tell KCUR: Have Your Views On Same-Sex Marriage Evolved Over The Past 10 Years?
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that opened up the question of gay-marriage in many more states reverberated in Kansas last week.
In Johnson County, a judge allowed clerks to accept applications for marriage licenses. But couples were soon disappointed when the Kansas Supreme Court put a temporary halt to those licenses Friday.
The state Supreme Court is expected to hear oral arguments in the case next month, but we want to hear from you.
Tell KCUR: Have your views on same-sex marriage evolved over the past 10 years? Why or why not?
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