First Slice 4-23-15: Georgia AG says he won't fight U.S. Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling
A hoax is exposed
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- Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says he doesn't plan to fight gay marriage if the U.S. Supreme Court rules against the state in an upcoming case. "When the U.S. Supreme Court rules, it’s not time for criticism," he said this week. It’s not time for banter. It’s time for the lawyer to play lawyer, and to ensure that everyone follows that law.”
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