In Masterpiece Cakeshop, Roberts, Alito and Gorsuch all endorsed Kennedy’s antidiscrimination view.
gay marriage isn’t going anywhere: The court won’t overturn Justice Kennedy’s 5-4 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges (2015). Don’t believe me? Let’s count eight reasons: 1. Most closely fought landmark decisions don’t get overturned when the losing faction becomes a majority.
Gay Marriage Is Here to Stay, Even with a Conservative Court. By Walter Olson. Just 32% of Americans opposed gay marriage as of last year.
Opposition to legal recognition of same-sex marriage commands less than a majority even among those who vote or lean Republican. 4. Nor would the chaos be likely to please Mr. Trump, who went on “60 Minutes” days after his election and said of the gay-marriage legal …
Gay Marriage Is Here to Stay, Even With a Conservative Court July 8, 2018 News 0 At least two post-Obergefell decisions have now gone by in which conservative justices have refrained from such challenges: Pavan v.
Gay Marriage Is Here to Stay, Even With a Conservative Court No matter who replaces Justice Anthony Kennedy, gay marriage isnt going anywhere: The court wont overturn Justice Kennedys 5-4 decision in Obergefell v.
Jul 03, 2018 · Conservative activists and L.G.B.T. groups agree that religious liberty cases could be the most potent challenges to same-sex marriage and other issues concerning gay and transgender people. These kinds of challenges could bring Obergefell v.
The chief justice argues that the Court has stepped far beyond its bounds, stating simply, “this Court is not a legislature.” Like his colleagues in the majority, he delves into the history of marriage, even giving a nod to one of the favorite arguments of gay-marriage opponents: that legalizing gay marriage is essentially a slippery slope.