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The reliance on Congress to step in when the court refuses to is also contrary to how the system of government is supposed to work. The court is supposed to uphold certain rights that transcend politics.

A bipartisan bill protecting same-sex marriage is a temporary fix to a bigger problem newly opened by the Supreme Court - questions emerge about its legitimacy as an institution in the U.S. democratic system. Read more»

The marriage equality legislation was set in motion this summer following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion.

The U.S. Senate cleared a key hurdle to passing a marriage equality bill Wednesday, garnering even more than the 60 senators from both political parties needed to move past a legislative filibuster. Read more»

Voters across demographics share a strong approval for codifying the right to same-sex marriage.

While federal efforts to protect same-sex marriage have slowed, Arizona - and other swing states - report high levels of support for marriage equality, and proponents argue attempts to eliminate it are out of step with majority opinion. Read more»