Reveler is seen as he takes part in a Gay Pride parade in Panama City

Conservative Republicans question what's next after gay marriage ruling

Reveler is seen as he takes part in a Gay Pride parade in Panama CityBy Andy Sullivan DENVER (Reuters) – While some Republican presidential candidates urged action to counter the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing gay marriage, grassroots activists at a conservative conference this weekend said they preferred to focus on limiting the damage. Several presidential hopefuls at the Western Conservative Summit in the swing state of Colorado called for constitutional amendments or civil disobedience to turn back the Court’s landmark ruling on Friday. “Our first response is moving at a federal and state level to protect religious freedom,” said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, a Christian conservative group.

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