SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

  • 10th Circuit Hears Oral Arguments In Oklahoma Same-Sex Marriage Case

    published at Religion Clause

    As reported by the Los Angeles Times, the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday heard oral arguments in  Bishop v. Smith.  An audio recording of the full oral arguments is available from the court's website. In the case, an Oklahoma federal district court held ...

  • Freedom to marry, freedom to disagree: a public statement

    published at The Volokh Conspiracy

    Today, in a public statement appearing on Real Clear Politics, I joined 57 other supporters of same-sex marriage to urge tolerance of divergent views on the issue. It was also signed by my co-bloggers Jonathan Adler, Ken Anderson, Jim Lindgren, Eugene Volokh, and Sasha Volokh. It includes writer...

  • Broader same-sex marriage ruling in Ohio

    SCOTUSblog - - A federal judge in Cincinnati, broadening an earlier ruling in favor of same-sex marriage, ruled on Monday that the state of Ohio must give full marital rights to gay and lesbian couples who were or will be married in other st...

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  • Freedom to marry, freedom to disagree: a public statement

    … Today, in a public statement appearing on Real Clear Politics, I joined 57 other supporters of same-sex marriage to urge tolerance of divergent views on the issue. It was also signed by my co-bloggers Jonathan Adler, Ken Anderson, Jim Lindgren, Eugene Volokh, and Sasha Volokh. It includes writers, journalists, professors, business people…

    Dale Carpenter - The Volokh Conspiracy -


  • 10th Circuit Hears Oral Arguments In Oklahoma Same-Sex Marriage Case

    …As reported by the Los Angeles Times, the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday heard oral arguments in  Bishop v. Smith.  An audio recording of the full oral arguments is available from the court's website. In the case, an Oklahoma federal district court held that the provision in the Oklahoma constitution barring same-sex marriage…

    2 Leser - Howard Friedman - Religion Clause -
  • Broader same-sex marriage ruling in Ohio

    … A federal judge in Cincinnati, broadening an earlier ruling in favor of same-sex marriage, ruled on Monday that the state of Ohio must give full marital rights to gay and lesbian couples who were or will be married in other states.  The ruling, the judge stressed in a forty-five-page decision, does not require Ohio to allow new marriages of same…

    Lyle Denniston - SCOTUSblog -
  • New paper on the idea of animus in constitutional law

    … The Supreme Court’s decision from last summer striking down the Defense of Marriage Act, United States v. Windsor, has spawned a small industry of scholarship analyzing its reasoning and its import for the future, especially on the question whether the Court will rule that states must now recognize same-sex marriages.  On SSRN, I’ve posted…

    Dale Carpenter - The Volokh Conspiracy -
  • Utah backs away from anti-gay-parenting study

    … Last night, on the eve of oral argument today in Kitchen v. Herbert, the Tenth Circuit challenge to Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage, the state filed an unusual letter distancing itself from a controversial study that questioned the parenting abilities of gay men and lesbians in comparison to married biological fathers and mothers. The state had…

    Dale Carpenter - The Volokh Conspiracy -
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