Pockets of resistance to the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling have popped up in several states, but appear unlikely to linger for long.

The court voted 5-4 to guarantee marriage for all same-sex couples. Before Friday's ruling, 13 states outlawed gay marriage.

States have largely agreed to comply with the ruling, albeit begrudgingly, but some localities have stood their ground.

The 13 states where gay marriage was illegal were Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, South and North Dakota, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

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