Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear (D) argued in a brief filed to the Supreme Court last week that his state's ban on gay marriage is not discriminatory because it does not allow gay or straight people to marry people of the same sex.
"Kentucky’s marriage laws treat homosexuals and heterosexuals the same and are facially neutral. Men and women, whether heterosexual or homosexual, are free to marry persons of the opposite sex under Kentucky law, and men and women, whether heterosexual or homosexual, cannot marry persons of the same sex under Kentucky law," Beshear's lawyer, Leigh Gross Latherow, wrote in the brief.
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