Tag Archives: judicial rulings

Headline of the Day: Gay Marriage Court Decision and Legacy

Though completely unrelated, I thought the yellow insert; which is for a fitness chain, and the headline of Washington, DC’s Express were complimentary of each other. Read the full article Advertisements

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An Accurate Summation of 6th Circuits Ruling Against Equality

The Detroit Free Press accurately paraphrases the 6th Circuit Court’s ruling upholding gay marriage bans in the papers opinion on how wrong the ruling is: The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling on Michigan’s same-sex marriage ban reads as both … Continue reading

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Respect for the Judiciary Branch of Government

While every time a judge rules in favor of a same-sex couples rights to marry or strikes down a state’s constitutional amendment banning gay couples from marrying, we hear screams from equality opponents about ‘judicial tyranny’, ‘legislation from the bench’, … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: GOP Congressman Charlie Dent Evolves on Gay Marriage Equality

We’re getting there, little by little. The Washington Post reports that congressional Representative Charlie Dent, a Republican, is now, officially, supportive of marriage equality. Dent’s evolution became complete after Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriages was ruled unconstitutional. After a federal … Continue reading

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