By the end of June, the U.S. Supreme Court will have decided whether same-sex couples across the nation have a constitutional right to marry. On Friday, the high court agreed to hear cases from four states that have banned gay marriage, laying the groundwork for a landmark decision that will establish a national standard.
Supreme Court Will Rule on Same-Sex Marriage
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David Levine, law professor at UC Hastings College of Law