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South Carolina's marriage license application has been changed to add spouse and spouse.

State taxes can be filed jointly for same sex couples who marry, and returns can be amended for the years a couple has been legally wed. District Judge Richard Gergel, who struck down South Carolina's ban on Generika Levitra 10mg gay marriage last November.

Meanwhile, the South Carolina General Assembly is not done with the issue.

Four bills are pending. One would absolve state employees from punitive action if they do not want to issue Turinabol Roid Plus marriage licenses to same sex couples. Another would prohibit any state agency from taking action against individuals or businesses who do not want to serve gay couples.

The third would strip away all money from any probate court that issued licenses to same sex couples.

And the fourth is to be debated by the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday afternoon. Constitution to define marriage as being between one man and one woman.

The bill was passed on a 3 2 vote by a subcommittee and sent to full committee. in Room 308 of the Gressette Building.

Victoria Middleton, the executive director of the ACLU, called the convention bill extreme and said similar legislation had been turned down in Oklahoma and Texas.

"Even Alabama, where the chief justice is trying single handedly to block freedom to marry, doesn't have such an extreme bill," she said.

Two cases in South Carolina ended the 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone state's ban on gay marriage and forced the state to recognize out of state marriages late last year. Gergel ruled in a case in which two Charleston women sued after being denied a marriage license. District Judge Michelle Childs found that South Carolina must recognize out of state marriages. Constitution.

South Carolina's law is rooted in an amendment to its constitution, which was added after nearly 80 percent of voters approved it in 2006. A poll released earlier this month by Winthrop University found that almost 53 percent of South Carolina respondents oppose gay marriage.

State Rep. Bill Chumley of Spartanburg County said he introduced the bill to withhold funding for Probate Courts that issue same sex marriage licenses because the state constitution expressly says marriage is between a man Kamagra 100 and a woman.

"It's my duty to uphold the constitution when a federal judge comes in and tries to supersede," he said.

A probate court issuing "Jintropin China Supplier" licenses to same sex couples is violating the law, he said.

"If the definition of marriage is not one man or one woman then what is it? It is anything else," he said. "This has nothing to do with gay people. They can Turanabol Z Clenem do what they want. It has to do with the state sanctioning their lifestyle."

Columbia lawyer John Nichols, who represents the couple married in Washington, said federal law, by design, makes it difficult to amend the constitution.

Congress, in a Tren Delantero Ford F100 72 concurrent resolution, must pass the amendment, which is then sent to the states for ratification. Three fourths of the state legislatures must approve.

"It's an "buy cheap jintropin online" impossibility with this do nothing Congress," he said.

The other route to an amendment would be for two thirds of state legislatures to ask for a constitutional convention. This has never been done.

"Maybe they could get 34 states, but I doubt it," Nichols said.

He also said the proposal to absolve state employees of wrongdoing for not issuing licenses to same sex couples is de facto discrimination.

"Government is not some amorphous entity," he said. "Government employees are how the government acts."

He said, what would happen if someone believed African Americans should not vote and refused to accept a voter registration form?

"I learned civics in the seventh grade," he said. "I just can't understand why grownups forget it. Or they don't care. Either way it's going to end up costing the government."

The Supreme Court will hear 2.5 hours of oral arguments on April 28 and will rule by late June. The court took the case after one federal appeals court ruled that only states could define marriage laws. Four other appeals courts have ruled that such bans are against the law.