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Subsequently, on May 20, the Sixth Circuit consolidated Obergefell v. The Court also told the parties to each of the four cases to address only the questions raised in their particular case. Society of Sisters Griswold v. Roberts accepted substantive due processby which fundamental rights are protected through the Due Process Clausebut warned it has been misused over time to expand perceived fundamental rights, particularly in Dred Scott v.
Kennedy, appointed by President Ronald Reagan inagain provided the crucial vote in a gay rights case. Although hundreds of gay couples have married in Florida, the bureau still prints marriage licenses with the words "bride" and "groom.
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They could not administer a partner's estate or make health care decisions without medical directives or power of attorney. The U. James Obergefell, the named plaintiff in Obergefell who sought to put his name on his husband's Ohio death certificate as surviving spouse, said, "Today's ruling from the Supreme Court affirms what millions across the country already know to be true in our hearts: that our love is equal.
Supreme Court of the United States. Granville Caperton v. North Carolina is also in the 4th District. In most of the Panhandle and parts of Central Florida, same-sex couples who wish to marry can get marriage licenses from clerks, but have no choice but to find their own officiants.
While the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage throughout the United States, as of June 21, , nine counties in Alabama and Texas still do not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The Obergefell v.