Kansas state Reps. Travis Couture-Lovelady, left, and Steve Brunk confer during a House Federal and State Affairs Committee hearing on gay marriage issues in January at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Republican legislator Charles Macheers sponsored a bill — passed by the Kansas House but killed last week by the Senate — that sought to exempt any business or government employee from providing services related to any domestic partnership, if doing so would conflict with the employee’s religious beliefs.
Kansas state Reps. Travis Couture-Lovelady, left, and Steve Brunk confer during a House Federal and State Affairs Committee hearing on gay marriage issues in January at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Republican legislator Charles Macheers sponsored a bill — passed by the Kansas House but killed last week by the Senate — that sought to exempt any business or government employee from providing services related to any domestic partnership, if doing so would conflict with the employee’s religious beliefs. AP file photo
Kansas state Reps. Travis Couture-Lovelady, left, and Steve Brunk confer during a House Federal and State Affairs Committee hearing on gay marriage issues in January at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Republican legislator Charles Macheers sponsored a bill — passed by the Kansas House but killed last week by the Senate — that sought to exempt any business or government employee from providing services related to any domestic partnership, if doing so would conflict with the employee’s religious beliefs. AP file photo

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