In his order, the judge remarked the Conway "has not made a strong argument" for the stay, but the judge issued the order anyway after another meeting which Conway failed to attend.
"The Attorney General has a constitutional obligation to defend the rights of voters in this case," said Martin Cothran spokesman for the group. "Instead he's apparently decided to take a long siesta." Cothran had charged Conway yesterday with "spiking the marriage case." He pointed to another meeting held today at which Conway failed to show up, sending instead underlings who were confused and indecisive.
"Doesn't someone in Conway's office have access to smelling salts? Kentucky citizens deserve more than this."