Working out the kinks in same-sex marriage

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HOUSTON -- It's a gay old time in some court houses.

“My only regret is that it didn’t come in time for me to perform my daughter’s wedding. She and her wife had to go out of state to get married, but I'm thrilled I can perform this service for other couples,” says Harris County Precinct 1 Judge Dale Gorczynski.

But not everyone is so in love with sex marriage. In some county clerk offices, certain workers are stepping away and deferring their duties to others when gay couples come in.

“They say this person over here can help you, it's not really an issue,” says County Clerk Stan Stanart.

“No one should be offended—you should respect the employees who do have an issue, just like we are respecting the rights of the people to get their licenses who are of the same sex,” he adds.

Senator Ted Cruz isn't quite so eager to accommodate. He says the Supreme Court overstepped its bounds with the decision and seeing as the landmark case was only technically filed against Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan and Kentucky, other states should not have to abide.