In Utah, four counties are still refusing to provide marriage licenses to gay couples.
If there was any doubt before, Utah officials have now announced that those counties are breaking the law:
A spokesman for the Utah Attorney General’s Office says that while his office isn’t advising county clerks at this time, the law now provides that they must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
U.S. District Judge Robert J. Shelby "has put out his ruling that anyone who denies a marriage license [could be] in contempt of the court and in contempt of the law," said Ryan Bruckman on Tuesday. "According to that, everyone should be [issuing licenses]."
They're not just activist counties, they're outlaw counties.