Kansas is still fighting its losing battle against the allowance of gay marriages. Really, they’re trying very hard to prevent it. However, this week some counties finally began to issue marriage licenses this past week. There are still many legal battles and confusion floating around, but apparently some places have had enough waiting. What makes this battle interesting is that while some places are already issuing licenses, most places aren’t allowing legal name-changes, driver’s license updates, and other typical after-marriage chores. Obviously, this is receiving a lot of interest and generating newly inflamed outrage. If the marriages are being recognized, what is stopping the name changes? How can these places pretend to support gay marriage if they only allow certain parts. That is inequality just as much as banning gay marriage completely is. All of this inconsistency seems to be aimed at driving this case directly back to the Supreme Court. Frankly, at this point, the Supreme Court taking over and issuing an all-inclusive ruling would probably be the simplest solution.