Skip to comments.Federal Appeals Court Judge Says Oregonís Ban on Same-Sex Marriage Is Unconstitutional
Posted on 04/25/2013 7:48:03 PM PDT by aimhigh
A U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals judge has ruled that the federal judiciary discriminated against an assistant federal public defender in Portland by not recognizing her same-sex marriage from Canada, and that Oregon's ban against same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution.
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I didn’t know or realize that the Constitution defined what marriage is.
Does this mean we have to recognize polygamous marriages from foreign countries too?
Half their residents are liberal mental patients or high so no surprise
That’s because this ruling has no actual effect in law. It’s an administrative ruling.
Oregon is part of the 9th Circus. They won’t appeal because a homosexual marriage case has already been taken by the Supreme Court.
Unconstitutional??? are you kidding me?
Since when does the constitution limit states rights???
I thought it was a limit upon federal power.
Me neither! The majority in Oregon achieve their goals without a fight.
[[I thought it was a limit upon federal power.]]
It IS a limit on federal law- but we apaprently don’t have a competent enough lawyer to argue thsi fact and to make sure our federal govenrment understand it’s limits-
Next up, goats and gerbils.
Where in the Constitution did they find this “right”?
The same place they found the ‘right’ to kill babies
If the SCOTUS has a different opinion then that case falls.
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