Judging the Supreme Court on Same-Sex Marriage

In Mississippi, it is reportedly still legal for a landlord to evict a gay person, and for an employer to fire a gay person. If this means the states can decide who gets basic civil liberties and how much of them they can get (and it does mean that), then the states are still doling out rights like party favors. Why is anyone waiting for the Supreme Court to put the “all” back into “all men are created equal?” Read our commentary and a link to The Atlantic article “History Won’t Be Kind to the Supreme Court on Same-Sex Marriage” in La Parola.

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