ST. PETERSBURG -- Florida's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage may soon be in front of the state's Supreme Court.
Four judges recently ruled that the 2008 ban was unconstitutional, and have asked the Supreme Court to make the final decision.
Attorney General Pam Bondi has previously defended the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. Bondi, who will appear this weekend on "Political Connections," said she has friends who are gay, but that her job goes beyond her personal life.
"I sat in a church and took pictures when one of my friends adopted two little boys from Russia before you could adopt legally here in Florida," she said. "I took the pictures at the baptism, so...but that's the difference. People talk about their personal views. You can't be attorney general and say, 'Oh, I feel this way today, I feel this way today.' You're sworn to uphold the law of the state of Florida, no matter what it is."
Hear more from Bondi, including her thoughts on the medical marijuana amendment, this Sunday on Political Connections at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.