Granted, there are going to be "hold out" counties who are going to drag their feet and declare that they are "unable to hold marriages due to budgetary issues", but they will still be issuing the licenses.
On one hand, it's amazing that this has been as big of an issue as it has been in the United States for so long... on the other, I've seen such an incredible shift in people's feelings in my lifetime that it's like I'm staring at a different planet!
Congratulations to my home state for finally getting it right, even if you had to be forced by the court to do it...
A few generations from now, people are going to look back at all of this - and I hope that they laugh at "how silly people were" rather than be disgusted.
One thing that people will look back on with AWE is your entries for this week: http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/820156.html
(how's THAT transition???)
if you are still having some issues you want to hammer out, take them to the Work Room: http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/820280.html
and of course the Home Game/Killing Floor http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/820882.html
What, of interest, is going on in YOUR home state/country?