Does the US Religious Freedom Law now allow for seculars to solemnize weddings?

In case you have not read it: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/obama-s-signature-u-s-religious-freedom-law-protects-atheists-n699356
Seems like it would now be… unconstitutional? to not allow for a secular officiant to solemnize a wedding. Thoughts?

In case you have not read it: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/obama-s-signature-u-s-religious-freedom-law-protects-atheists-n699356 Seems like it would now be.. unconstitutional? to not allow for a secular officiant to solemnize a wedding. Thoughts?
The last I heard it is state law that covers this and many states do not allow people to perform weddings who are not inder the jurisdicton of a church. Of course it's an outrage, but it's been the law in many states. I have not heard that it was overturned.