Congress to vote on same-sex marriage amid Supreme Court fears

Jul 20, 2022 View Original Article
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50% : The US House of Representatives will vote on protections for same-sex and interracial marriages in a major test of lawmakers' commitment to equality.
42% : The vote has been called amid fears the Supreme Court could overturn the rulings that guaranteed marriage equality for same-sex and interracial couples, just like it did when it gutted abortion rights by nullifying Roe v Wade.
41% :While the 1996 law was essentially sidelined by court rulings such as Obergefell v Hodges, which established a federal right to same-sex marriage, it wasn't completely repealed.
35% : "The Defense of Marriage Act - which excluded legally married same-sex couples from accessing the federal rights, benefits, and obligations of marriage - is a stain upon our nation and deserves to be relegated to the trash bin of history," she said in a statement.
33% : Since Roe v Wade was overturned, half of US states are poised to, or have already banned abortion.

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