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Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court issued two rulings on the ongoing debate over same-sex marriage. In the first case of United States v. Windsor, the court found that the the Defense of Marriage Act DOMA , was unconstitutional because it violated the right to equal protection under the law. This means that benefits previously reserved only for straight couple marriages under national law, will now be extended to same-sex couples as well. Read the full text of the decision here. The couple lived in the United States.
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As recently as last October, just over one-third of the states permitted gay marriages. The dissenters accused their colleagues of usurping power that belongs to the states and to voters, and short-circuiting a national debate about same-sex marriage. Roberts read a summary of his dissent from the bench, the first time he has done so in nearly 10 years as chief justice. It had nothing to do with it. Several religious organizations criticized the decision. The U.
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Nina Totenberg. Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito issued a broadside against the high court's same-sex marriage decision on Monday when the court declined to hear a case brought by a former Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue a marriage license for such couples. The two justices agreed with the decision not to hear the case but used the occasion to take a legal baseball bat to the court's decision Obergefell v. Hodges , which declared that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry under the 14th Amendment guarantee to equal protection of the law. Writing for himself and Alito, Thomas said that the court's decision "enables courts and governments to brand religious adherents who believe that marriage is between one man and one woman as bigots, making their religious liberty concerns that much easier to dismiss.
Since then, the highest federal court in the country has weighed-in on about a dozen other LGBTQ rights—related cases, which have had powerful impacts on the gay rights movement. SCOTUS's first gay rights case focused on the First Amendment—specifically, how the rights of free speech and press apply to homosexual content. In , Los Angeles' postmaster Otto Olesen ordered federal postal authorities to seize ONE , a homosexual magazine the nation's first , arguing that the magazine's content was "obscene. One, Inc.