Gay marriage has been legal in California for three weeks now. State officials have not yet released numbers on how many gay marriage licenses have been issued. But some estimate the number could be close to 10,000.
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In November, California voters will vote an amendment to the state constitution that would only recognize marriages between a man and a woman. What happens to the gay marriages between now and then is still uncertain.
Concerned Christians in The Sunshine State contacted CBN News recently about the potential legal problems for pastors and churches that refuse to perform gay ceremonies.
Other religious organizations like schools, hospitals and adoption agencies worry they could be punished if they refuse to serve homosexual couples.