Gay marriage judge overturn

My husband and I moved to Louisville in and quickly fell in love with this city. Last summer we celebrated our wedding on the grounds of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Hodges, which granted same-sex couples like us a constitutional right to marriage equality. Now that the decision has been called into question by two recent developments, the equal treatment of our marriage remains in the hands of the justices. The justices thankfully agreed not to hear her case, but Justice Thomas took the opportunity to write a concurrence , joined by Justice Alito, casting doubt on the marriage equality decision.

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Will my marriage survive? It’s up to the Supreme Court

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The justices returned from their summer break on a somber note, following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg , hearing arguments by phone because of the coronavirus pandemic and bracing for the possibility of post-election court challenges. The court turned away the appeal of the former clerk, Kim Davis, among hundreds of rejected cases Monday. The cases the justices spent about two and a half hours discussing Monday, however, were far less prominent: a water dispute between Texas and New Mexico and a case involving a provision of the Delaware constitution that keeps the number of state judges affiliated with the two major political parties fairly even. The justices will hear a total of 10 arguments this week and next, but the term is so far short on high-profile cases. That could change quickly because of the prospect of court involvement in lawsuits related to the election. The justices last heard argument in their courtroom in February and skipped planned arguments in March and April before hearing cases by phone in May. Scott Applewhite.
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With court in flux, Thomas and Alito attack same-sex marriage ruling

By Andrew Chung. Reuters - Two conservative justices mounted a fresh attack on Monday on the landmark ruling that legalized gay marriage nationwide even as the U. Supreme Court rebuffed a bid by a former Kentucky official to avoid lawsuits over her refusal to grant marriage licenses to two same-sex couples.
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CNN Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito on Monday used the case of a Kentucky clerk who refused to give gay couples marriage licenses to declare that religious liberty has been under siege since the Supreme Court in found a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. More Videos In some respects, the objections of conservatives Thomas and Alito simply echoed their dissents five years ago in Obergefell v. But timing is everything, and nothing is quite the same at the Supreme Court since the September 18 death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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