Q:Gay marriage is allowed in all USA?
Today’s ruling means legally married couples must be treated equally under federal law, provided they continue to reside in states that recognize their marriages. The 77-page opinion did not address the question of whether states may continue to recognize only a traditional definition of marriage. Nor did it strike down the section of the law that says states where same-sex marriage is not legal don’t have to recognize legal marriages performed elsewhere.
Marriage was created by the hand of God. No man, not even a Supreme Court, can undo what a holy God has instituted.
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"The fact that the majority held that the decision was a question of equal protection suggests that the high court may not be done with gay marriage, said Morgan Holcomb, a professor at the Hamline University School of Law."
Beth Hawkins on MinnPost: Supreme Court delivers major victories for those seeking marriage equality
Leaving aside for the moment the question of whether there is actually anything to fear, there’s this: The high court’s recent decision to hear two same-sex marriage cases in its current term is not likely to be the deus ex machina some legislators are hoping for.