It was educational and entertaining to read Joe Dunman’s and Dan Canon’s tweets yesterday, as SCOTUS heard oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Commentary abounds, but I think this one summarizes the situation.
The Here and Now of Same-Sex Marriage, by Amy Davidson (New Yorker)
Why now? And why are we the ones who should make the decision? Those were the questions that the four conservative Justices on the Supreme Court and, to an extent, the presumed swing voter, Anthony Kennedy, asked early on in the oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, a case that has the potential to establish a constitutional right to same-sex marriage in all fifty states. Both questions, though, were overtaken by third: What about the children? And, in debating that, at the end of two and a half hours of back and forth, it sounded like marriage equality was headed for a win …