Phoebe Mendoza with the Wake County Register of Deeds office, left, explains the process to same-sex couple Craig Johnson, center, and Shawn Long as they get a marriage license in downtown Raleigh on Oct. 13, 2014. The N.C. House is delaying a veto override vote on a bill that would allow magistrates and register of deeds employees to opt out of marriage duties on religious grounds.
Phoebe Mendoza with the Wake County Register of Deeds office, left, explains the process to same-sex couple Craig Johnson, center, and Shawn Long as they get a marriage license in downtown Raleigh on Oct. 13, 2014. The N.C. House is delaying a veto override vote on a bill that would allow magistrates and register of deeds employees to opt out of marriage duties on religious grounds. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Phoebe Mendoza with the Wake County Register of Deeds office, left, explains the process to same-sex couple Craig Johnson, center, and Shawn Long as they get a marriage license in downtown Raleigh on Oct. 13, 2014. The N.C. House is delaying a veto override vote on a bill that would allow magistrates and register of deeds employees to opt out of marriage duties on religious grounds. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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