I'm not holding my breath expecting a reply from the right-wing Attorney-General on this one.
Background at the El Paso Times:
Can a person born a man but who is now a woman marry another woman?Biological Reality collides with law based on religion (suitably disguised as "Natural Law").
Sabrina J. Hill and her longtime girlfriend, Therese "Tee" Bur, were legally married Monday in San Antonio after being unable to get a marriage license in El Paso.
"It's a weight lifted," Hill said Tuesday in a telephone interview. "Now the federal government and state government recognize our love."
The marriage of two women from rural Hudspeth County has put a spotlight on Texas laws and has El Paso County Attorney Jo Anne Bernal asking the state attorney general for clarification.
Hill, 60, was born with both male and female organs and is listed as a man in her birth certificate. But her current identification has her as a woman.
The Texas Constitution defines marriage as between one man and one woman.
According to documents, Hill was born Virgil Eugene Hill Jr. in New York state.
After a medical procedure as a infant, Hill grew up as boy and as a man served in the U.S. Army. She said she always felt something was different. "I knew what I looked like and what I was, was not the same," Hill said.
Around the age of 28, a medical exam found that Hill had ovaries. She eventually had a sex-change surgery, and she legally became Sabrina Jeanne Hill in 1991.