Marry the Person You Love and Get a Family Plan You Can Afford
The Supreme Court has been busy making America awesome, not only did they uphold subsidies they also declared same-sex couples have a right to marriage. Generally almost all of their recent decisions have fought back against discrimination, repression of freedom speech, repression of freedom of religion, and repression of individual liberty. It hasn’t seemed to matter how words have been twisted, SCOTUS seems to be ruling in favor of real American values and not tricky half-truths that only appear American when slanted a certain way. That being said there are a few equally as important cases for the judges to rule on that will also affect the future of America.
Check out a list of how the Supreme Court has ruled on important 2015 cases, and a few more key cases that will see a ruling before the end of June 2015.
“It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage,” Justice Kennedy said of the couples challenging state bans on same-sex marriage. “Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves. Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.”
Where to Read the Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage that Legalized “Gay Marriage”
Read the Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage From June 2015 here. Just so you know the name of the case is OBERGEFELL ET AL. v. HODGES, DIRECTOR, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL. or just Obergefell V Hodges for short.
You can read the whole 103 page actual supreme court ruling by clicking on the link above. Not everyone is going to read the 103 page document, but that is why they include an official 5 page summary at the beginning of the document (most rulings have a quick summary of the long document). It’s not as hard to digest as you may think. Take the time to read about the historic decision on same-sex marriage for yourself.