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Forgetting Washington and Moving on to Maryland July 28, 2006

Posted by newsfittopost in legal, lgbt Issues, marriage equality.
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In a quasi-unusual move, the Washington Supreme Court justices have discussed why the decision against marriage equality took over a year to come down. It seems as if the diverse views on the case resulted in an elongated opinion writing process. Although I disagree with the opinion in the case, it seems as if the decision-making process was more about legal standing than popular opinion, which is good.

In other news… the Maryland high court has agreed to hear a case seeking to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage. Just when you think the flurry of court cases are over, more seem to come.

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