The day that proponents and opponents of same-sex marriage have variously feared and desired has come: The Supreme Court has agreed to decide once and for all whether it is unconstitutional for states to ban the celebration of marriages by same-sex couples and/or to refuse recognition to such marriages validly celebrated out of state. In this column, I’ll explain the path that has led to this moment, with its many twists, turns, and obstacles.
Joanna L. Grossman,
The Final Showdown: The Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Whether Bans on Marriages by Same-Sex Couples are Unconstitutional Verdict
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