Man behind landmark Supreme Court marriage case vows to fight for Roe v Wade

May 05, 2022 View Original Article
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51% : Jim Obergefell outside the US Supreme Court following its decision on same-sex marriage in 2015.
43% : Both decisions relied on the US constitution's Fourteenth Amendment, and if they are overturned, experts fear other decisions, including on same-sex marriage and decriminalisation of sodomy, could be in peril.
42% : (Getty/ Alex Wong)Jim Obergefell, the man behind the Supreme Court case that legalised same-sex marriage in the US, has said that the fall of Roe v Wade "scares the daylights" out of him.
41% : On Monday night (2 May), a draft Supreme Court opinion, leaked by Politico, suggested that judges are poised to overturn Roe v Wade, which made abortion a constitutional right in the US.
41% : Obergefell, a plaintiff in the case Obergefell v Hodges, which legalised same-sex marriage, is among those determined to fight the court should it proceed with overturning Roe.
39% :It won't be clear if the court's opinion is final until July, but speaking to CNN, Obergefell explained that the leaked draft "scares the daylights out of" him because he fears "marriage equality is next".
30% :Labelled as a draft majority opinion and penned by Justice Samuel Alito, the document called for the overturning of the 1973 decision Roe v Wade, and of the 1992 decision Planned Parenthood v Casey, which banned imposing "undue burden" on a person's right to abortion.

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