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Topic - Lynn Ellins
A southern New Mexico county clerk who faced a lawsuit for issuing same-sex marriage licenses is donating the rest of his defense fund to a pro-gay marriage campaign.
Dona Ana County will go down in history as the first jurisdiction in New Mexico to issue same-sex marriage licenses — and the attorney general says he sees nothing in state law to prevent the unions from continuing, despite the absence of specific voter approval.
Ellins, who announced his decision Friday, says a few thousand dollars are left.
Get 'em while they're hot," Mr. Ellins told KOAT-TV in Las Cruces.