NC magistrate forced out of job for not performing same-sex marriages



In the wake of a ruling that allowed same-sex marriages in North Carolina, a Rockingham County magistrate was forced out of his job for being unwilling to perform same-sex marriages because of his Christian beliefs. John Kallam, who worked as a magistrate for over 10 years offered to work 3rd shift (overnight) to keep his job and avoid doing same-sex marriages. But apparently that wasn’t good enough and he was forced to leave his job.

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