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Supreme Court: Power to the people

In her opinion on Arizona Legislature v. AIRC, Justice Ginsburg wrote that, contrary to the Legislature’s argument, the Elections Clause of the US Constitution is designed to allow states to have autonomy, not restrict them.

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Gay marriage fight ends with SCOTUS ruling

The US Supreme Court today ruled that gay couples have a right to marry anywhere in America. The ruling ended bans on gay marriages that still stood in 14 states and upheld lower courts’ opinions striking down laws in states like Arizona that defined the union between a man and a woman.

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