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VIDEO: Kentucky Attorney General chokes up announcing he won't defend state's marriage equality ban

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Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced he will no longer defend the state's ban on marriage for same-sex couples. During the emotional speech, Conway said, “As attorney general of Kentucky, I must draw the line when it comes to discrimination.” Watch the video:

After the speech, Gov. Steve Beshear released a statement saying he will seek outside counsel to appeal District Judge John G. Heyburn II’s ruling that Kentucky must recognize marriages for same-sex couples performed outside the state. 

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