Jun 26, 2015

In historic ruling, US Supreme Court rules in favor of gay marriage nationwide - International - Jerusalem Post

The court ruled 5-4 that the Constitution's guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law mean that states cannot ban same-sex marriages.

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