Would you expect every word you say would be under scrutiny? Would you be surprised that you were called into your superior’s office because of something you said while not working? This has happened to a Wyoming judge.
As I reported, Judge Ruth Neely was investigated by the Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics because she said that she could not perform a same-sex ceremony. Not that she had refused to do one when asked. She never was asked to perform a marriage ceremony.
But, all seems to be over now.
Christian News reports
The Wyoming Supreme Court has rejected an effort to remove from the bench a local judge who is under fire for making comment to the media three years ago that, as a Christian, she couldn’t officiate same-sex unions. It has instead decided that public censure, or a statement of disapproval, is warranted.
While the court…