The Supreme Court Might Legalize Gay Marriage. But That Won't Stop Opponents From Pushing Anti-Gay Laws

After oral arguments last month at the Supreme Court in the historic marriage equality case Obergefell v. Hodges, many legal observers agree that the court appears poised to strike down the remaining state bans on same-sex marriage in June. And what we saw in the weeks prior with discriminatory legislation in Arkansas and Indiana — a media spectacle which included large corporations and prominent celebrities speaking out and forcing Republican governors to backtrack — gave many people hope that religious-right forces have been beaten back.

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