A Michigan representative plans to introduce a resolution calling on state officials to ignore the Supreme Court's June finding that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry.

State Rep. Tom Hooker, a Republican, read his resolution during a religious rally organized by the Christian non-profit Salt & Light Global and held Wednesday outside the Michigan Capitol, MLive.com reported.

“The Supreme Court is not a legislature,” Hooker told the audience. “Courts do not substitute their social and economic beliefs for the judgment of legislative bodies or elected and passed laws.”

State Senator Patrick Colbert, also a Republican, is expected to sponsor a Senate version of the bill.

At Wednesday's rally, Colbert said that the rights of Christians were under attack in America.

Hooker's resolution calls the Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges illegitimate “because the five justice majority, in reaching its decision, acted without constitutional authority and unconstitutionally usurped power expressly reserved by the United States Constitution to the states and the people.”