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The Future of Marriage Equality in the US Supreme Court
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The possibility of the US Supreme Court overturning marriage equality seems unlikely. Even if the court decides to throw it back to the legislature, it is not a popular position in either party, and the doctrine suggests that it should be much harder to overturn it then it would be to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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