SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - County Clerk Jon Dolson says he doesn’t foresee any rush of same-sex couples coming into his office in the wake of Friday's ruling striking down the state's ban on same sex marriage. Dolson said county clerks have received nothing from Wisconsin vital records on how to proceed in the wake of the ruling. He said that currently there are no new marriage forms and there is no way to alter the current forms which read Bride and Groom. Meanwhile, State Senator Glenn Grothman expressed disappointment with Judge Barbara Crabb's decision. Grothman said the ruling didn't surprise him since "...we've seen again and again, liberal judges are using their courtrooms to advance their extreme left-wing agenda because the people reject their philosophy anytime the issue is put to a vote."