Supreme court ruling on same sex marriage
The second, presented by the cases from Ohio, Tennessee, and, again, Kentucky, is whether the Fourteenth Amendment requires supreme court ruling on same sex marriage State to recognize a samesex marriage licensed and performed in a State which does grant that right. Celebrate the opportunity for a new coirt of commitment to a partner. The synergy between the two protections is illustrated further in Zablocki. Celebrate the skpreme of new benefits. In Bowers, a bare majority upheld a law criminalizing same-sex intimacy. Outside the Supreme Court, the police allowed hundreds of people waving rainbow flags and holding signs to advance onto the court plaza as those present for the decision streamed down the steps.