Marriages made in Texas after the 2005 constitutional amendment designed to ban gay marriage may be null and void. A poorly worded clause in the amendment may have inadvertently caused Texas to ban ALL marriages.
Barbara Ann Radnofsky, a Democratic candidate for Texas attorney general has raised concerns over the amendment. “You do not have to have a fancy law degree to read this and understand what it plainly says,” Radnofsky said. She went on to call it a, “massive error.”
The sitting attorney general defends the amendment, so look for future legal challenges to sort out the controversy.