Earlier this week, a municipality in South Florida held a symbolic vote to show support for gay marriage.
That vote failed.
In a 3-to-2 vote, the Village of Miami Shores decided not to support a statewide law that would allow gays to marry anywhere in Florida.
Jesse Walters, vice mayor of Miami Shores, proposed the resolution at a recent council meeting.
"Frankly," he says, "I think it's a black eye for the village, it's an embarrassment. It's a town that has a lot of gay and lesbian people."