SCOTUS: No Action On Gay Marriage


The Supreme Court took no action on the ten same-sex marriage cases currently before the court, according to SCOTUSblog.

The next opportunity for the Court to issue orders will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday. Nothing has ruled out the possibility that some actions on same-sex marriage could be announced at that time, although there is no indation that that will occur. It may be that the Court needs more time to decide what it wants to do next on any of the cases.

Many in the LGBT community are hoping the court will take up these cases, including federal benefits for gay couples married in states that allow same-sex marriage.

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  1. It’s a problem and although I would normally suggest that it is a State’s Rights issue, in this case same sex marriage itself needs to be addressed one way or the other by a Constitutional Amendment.


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