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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeals in Same Sex Marriage Cases

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) cleared the way for same-sex marriages in five more states. SCOTUS refused to hear appeals from Utah, Virginia, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin seeking to keep their same-sex marriage bans in place. The Court's action signifies that it is not prepared to decide on this politically charged issue at this time, but many experts agree that a landmark ruling on this constitutional issue should come within the next year or two.

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