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The Universe Waits Impatiently For Supreme Court’s Decision On Marriage-Equality Cases

We’ve been at the computer since 6am EST, refreshing our Twitter feed and blog bookmarks for any news about whether or not the Supreme Court will hear one or more cases invovling marriage equality and the Defense of Marriage Act.

Apparently SCOTUS’ methods are more complicated than reading tea leaves, as experts are saying they may announce their decision today, or Monday, or wait until January. Or, hey, maybe never.

If you’re as nervous about all this as we are (and you should be), you definitely want to have SCOTUSblog opened on your Web browser for all the latest news and opinions.

And remember to refresh constantly.

On:           Dec 7, 2012
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    • Shanestud

      Just like the most beautiful person in the world or the sexiest man alive on the cover of PEOPLE magazine are inevitably Americans, I am sorry, but many countries on planet earth that have enjoyed all rights and privileges of same-sex marriage for many years now, are not waiting for SCOUTUS’ decision. Nor is the UNIVERSE which is breathlessly waiting to know what Lady Gaga is going to wear on the red carpet at the Grammies.

      Dec 8, 2012 at 10:14 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • alexoloughlin

      I agree, Shanestud. France, UK, aren’t holding their collective breaths either, they’re going ahead regardless as have others before them and more will follow whatever the outcome. The SCOTUS will have absolutely no influence or impact on either France or the UK. The US should have been the trailblazer on this issue not the trailer in the land of the free.

      Dec 9, 2012 at 10:34 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • 1EqualityUSA

      Scalia is so biased on this issue that he really needs to recuse himself. The other dork, Thomas, just does whatever Scalia does, so he should step aside as well. They both are atrocious. Their animus towards LGBT shows. Where is the justice in this? There cannot be two tiers of rights for the popular and the unpopular Americans. We were born this way, we’re not less than, but equal.

      Dec 10, 2012 at 7:44 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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