Why gay marriage is constitutional
Why Same-sex marriage is unconstitutional
The marriage is a purely state issue rhetoric has been around for some time. Its become a familiar default argument, maybe because it sounds fair and feels safe. But having evolved this far on gay marriage, the time has come to evolve our own thinking on what is really at stake when we talk about marriage equality. We must embrace that this is a constitutional and not a democratic issue.
How Gay Marriage Became a Constitutional Right - The Atlantic
Hodges, on the legality of samesex marriage in the United States, is as breathtaking as it is legalistic. The Fourteenth Amendment requires a State to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed outofState.
Federal Judge Rules Ban on Gay Marriage Is Unconstitutional
Gay Marriage and the Constitution Amberlee Ozment Axia College of University of Phoenix Gay Marriage and the Constitution Is it okay to not believe in gay marriage, yet at the same time support the constitutional rights of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness for homosexual couples?