A consequential time for marriage

U.S. Supreme Court Building

What if the U.S. Supreme Court imposed a policy of “gay marriage” on the entire country, in spite of the fact that nearly two-thirds of states maintain a traditional definition of marriage? On the other hand, what if the court ruled that states have the constitutional right and authority to protect and maintain traditional marriage? These questions could be decided by the Supreme Court in the coming year.

A recent story in the Deseret News notes how the Supreme Court will soon be determining answers to these questions, based on lawsuits driven by “gay rights” activists. For conservatives and defenders of the institution of the family, the whole article is worth a read.

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