Republicans in the Missouri Senate have passed a constitutional amendment protecting religious individuals and businesses who do not want to service same-sex wedding ceremonies, bringing to end a 39-hour filibuster over the measure by Senate Democrats

.A rarely used procedure known as the “previous question” rule was used to cut off debate on Wednesday morning, after which Senate Joint Resolution 39 passed by a 23-9 vote.

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