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11/13/2012

SCOTUS moves marriage cases back ten days; fine, so long as they don't move equality back ten years

by Jeremy Hooper

Another delay from SCOTUS:

Supreme Court Won't Consider Marriage Cases Until Nov. 30 [BuzzFeed]

So this means that this form of discrimination will not earn consideration until after Thanksgiving. Which is probably good. When mulling over such tired turkeys as DOMA and Prop 8, its best to do so without concerns about Grandma Sotomayor's sweet potato recipe or the Scalia household seating arrangement (boy/girl, natch) clouding one's judgment.

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