Missouri county’s executives vote to lower flags to ‘mourn’ same-sex legalization

[Photo Caption/Credit: The Dent County Commission has voted to lower the flags in front of the county’s historic courthouse to “mourn” the U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing same-sex marriage. (photo courtesy; the Dent County website)]

The county commissioners in Dent County have voted unanimously to lower the U.S. and Missouri flags once a month through June 26, 2016, to “mourn” the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling invalidating state bans of same-sex marriage.

Presiding Commissioner Darrell Skiles filed a letter calling that ruling, “blatant judicial overreach.” He also wrote that the ruling was a “despicable Supreme Court travesty.

Written by Mike Lear
Full report at Missourinet
Cindy Howard, KSMO, contributed to this report

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