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June 27th, 2013, 05:00
What was interesting to me was that the ruling wasn't really based on equal protection (they specifically did not list homosexuals as a protected class), but rather that they fell back on a Federalism argument, which given the current makeup of the court and our elected officials, is surprising. I think if it had only been argued on the basis of Equal Protection, the ruling would have gone the other way.


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