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Friday, November 30, 2012

The Supreme Court today considers taking up gay marriage cases

Which cases might be heard if the Court decides it should?

From the piece:

On Friday, the Supreme Court will convene privately to make a highly anticipated decision: Will it weigh in on gay marriage? There are currently seven cases in front of the court, covering issues from whether married gay veterans can be buried together in a military cemetery to whether same-sex couples can once again marry in California. The court can decide to hear all, some, or none of the cases. And merely deciding to take a case or not will have broad implications for the future of gay marriage in the United States. 

Which cases are involved? 

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