US House passes vital same-sex marriage protections - but Senate showdown looms

Jul 21, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

51% : The US House of Representatives has voted through a bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriage.
44% : This has led to fears that the Court could target other rights, including by overturning the landmark Obergefell v Hodges ruling which established a federal right to same-sex marriage.
40% : This win for same-sex and interracial marriage protections is expected to be stalled or fully blocked by Republican opposition when it reaches the Senate.
37% : The legislature is increasingly being sidelined by Supreme Court rulings - most notably the recent overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling, which legalised abortion across the US.
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.

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