Should Same Sex Marriage Be Legalized?

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In these recent years, supporters of same-sex marriage got the advantage to win almost 80 percents of United States today. That is thirty-seven states out of the fifty states here in the USA. Moreover, just as last month, the issue has been brought up to the Supreme Court to consider whether it is time for nationwide same-sex marriage. On April 28, 2015, the nine justices had heard the oral arguments regarding the issue that whether or not the Constitution we have now guarantees the rights to marriage to homosexual couples. Just on that day, April 28, 2015, many of the protester from the various side of the debate attended outside of the court building in Washington with flags, signs and the hope for the court to finally allow same-sex marriage throughout every state in the United States. The decision for this case is set to be made in June of 2015. However, the long wait for the court’s decision will not discourage the protesters with their opinions.
There were four cases been listened, which are Bourke V. Beshear, Love V. Beshear in Kentucky, Obergefell V. Hodges & Henry V. Hodges in Ohio, Deboer V. Snyder in Michigan, and TancoV. Haslam in Tennessee, in the Supreme Court. Tanco V. Haslam caught my eyes on, also in the article “Case: Tanco v. Haslam” the reporter said that “NCLR filed a lawsuit on behalf of three legally married same-sex couples, was challenging Tennessee laws that prevent the state from respecting their marriages and treating them the same as all other

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