Utah's Republican governor won't weigh in on a new Mormon church policy targeting gay members and their children but said he's puzzled by a judge who ordered a baby be taken from her lesbian foster parents this week.
The new church policy bars children living with gay parents from being baptized until they're 18 and calls for them to disavow same-sex relationships before baptism.
Herbert, who is a Mormon, said at a news conference Thursday that it's not his role as governor to tell any faith what their practices should be.
Here are other highlights from the governor's monthly news conference taped at KUED-TV:
LESBIAN COULPLE JUDGE
The governor said...