Oklahoma State Rep. Sally Kern has filed three bills targeting the gay community.

According to the Tulsa World, one bill, titled the Preservation and Sovereignty of Marriage Act, threatens government employees who issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.

Gay couples started marrying in the state after the Supreme Court refused to review an appeals court's ruling declaring unconstitutional a 2004 voter-approved constitutional amendment limiting marriage to heterosexual couples. More than 3,200 such licenses have been issued since the high court's October 6 ruling.

(Related: More than 3,200 gay couples marry in Oklahoma.)

House Bill 1599 seeks to cut off government funding for the licensing or support of marriage equality in Oklahoma.

“No employee of this state and no employee of any local government entity shall officially recognize, grant or enforce a same-sex marriage license and continue to receive a salary, pension or other employee benefit at the expense of taxpayers of this state,” the bill states. “No taxes or public funds of this state shall be spent enforcing any court order requiring the issuance or recognition of a same-sex marriage license.”

Kern's proposal also threatens state judges with dismissal if they do not dismiss any challenge to the act.

The 68-year-old Kern made headlines for saying that “the homosexual agenda is a bigger threat than terrorism” at a 2008 gathering of Republicans.

In an interview last year with Janet Parshall, Kern, a Baptist minister's wife, defended her remarks.

“So everybody understands terrorism destroys peoples' lives. It destroys property. All I meant was, all I was saying was the homosexual agenda is destroying people's live. More people have died from AIDS than have died from a terrorist attack here in America. It's destroying the moral fiber of our nation, that's all I meant,” Kern told Parshall.

The controversy that ensued “broke my heart because so often what they were doing; they weren't just stoning me, they were stoning and desecrating the God that I love.”

Kern's other proposals include allowing parents to seek therapy to change an LGBT teen's sexuality without state interference and allowing businesses to refuse service “to any lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person, group or association.”

So-called Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE) have been banned in two states, California and New Jersey, and the District of Columbia, with more states debating the issue. Opponents say such therapies are ineffective and harm children.