Unsurprisingly, South Carolina will hate the gays until the last possible moment
Cooper's South Carolina counterpart signaled that his state would continue defending the ban.
“Currently, South Carolina’s law remains intact and, of course, our office will continue to defend it,” Mark Powell, a spokesman for Attorney General Alan Wilson ®, said in a statement Monday. “Ultimately, this will be a decision for the U.S. Supreme Court. People should not rush to act or react until that time, when a decision is made by the highest court in the land.”