Banning is Unconstitutional

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Evelyn H

 

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November 7, 2014

 

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In the 1974 case of Singer v. Hara, a man fought that denying right to marring another man was violating their rights, but was dismissed (NOLO). Then the 1984 Pennsylvanian case of De Santo v. Barnsley dealt with divorce/separation of a gay couple's estate (NOLO). And finally in 1996, President Bill Clinton signed the "Defense Against Marriage Act" stating that "marriage is to be between one man and one woman" (Graff)...
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As one can see, the history in same-sex marriage is very apparent. The legal benefits that gay couples would obtain if allowed to marry would be the use of family laws (i.e. divorce, child custody, etc.), right to sue when on issues related to spousal relationships, medical rights, joint state tax filling, and property insurance, (NOLO) the same as heterosexual married couples...
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