A Baptist minister’s outrage that name-change orders for transsexuals could lead to same-sex marriages set off an unholy scare in the civil bench in Houston recently and showed how some judges avoid politically sensitive cases.

A frantic search by a political consultant found no evidence that the orders were used to get marriage licenses in Harris County in the past year, but some judges say they will take a harder look at the cases now.

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