Supreme Court Marriage Equality Ruling


Update: The United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC has declared Marriage Equality across the nation. Today is a day to go down in the history books. States will now have to recognize same-sex marriages that were performed anywhere in the United States and will have to issue the licenses as well. Todays vote was a 5-4 vote in the Obergefell v. Hodges. Companies across the Nation are rejoicing the the decision as well, including American Air, Target, etc., & Tim Cook.

To View the #SCOTUS Ruling you can see it here.



The US Supreme Court has added a non-argument day to their calendar for Thursday June 18, 2015 at 10:00am. This event was added to deliver the opinions on matters that have been argued in the Court. This in my opinion could be the delivery of the Marriage Equality across the states.

On April 28, 2015 the court heard the oral arguments in the cases of Obergefell v. Hodges 14-556-Question-1 & Obergefell v. Hodges 14-556-Question-2. So come this day we will know (hopefully) the opinion of the US Supreme Court on these cases.

I hold these cases and all other Marriage Equality Cases dear to my heart. Not just because I am part of the LGBT Community, but as well as I was brought up that if someone has a right to do something then everyone should have the same equal right as well. All persons should have the same equal rights whether it be marriage to equal pay.