Same sex couple Craig Johnson, left, and Shawn Long, center, are married by Magistrate Jacob Davis, right, in downtown Raleigh in October. Gov. McCrory says he will veto a bill to allow magistrates to opt out of performing marriage if they have a religious objection.
Same sex couple Craig Johnson, left, and Shawn Long, center, are married by Magistrate Jacob Davis, right, in downtown Raleigh in October. Gov. McCrory says he will veto a bill to allow magistrates to opt out of performing marriage if they have a religious objection. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Same sex couple Craig Johnson, left, and Shawn Long, center, are married by Magistrate Jacob Davis, right, in downtown Raleigh in October. Gov. McCrory says he will veto a bill to allow magistrates to opt out of performing marriage if they have a religious objection. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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