Gay Marriage Should Be Legal

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Before the ruling on June 26, 2015 for gay marriage to be legal in all fifty states, thirty seven out of the fifty and Washington D.C already legalized gay marriage. Many support gay marriage and many do not, with widespread values and reasons for and against it. Due to religion and rights people across the nation have differing views and opinions of it.In a five to four vote in the Supreme Court gay marriage became legalized in all fifty states. Shortly after that a few marriage officiators and marriage licenses people began refusing services and documents for gay marriage.Some states also started placing bans on gay marriage. Everyone is allowed their own bias on the issue, but take a moment and think about all the reasons the other side has.The legalizing of gay marriage should be accepted and acknowledged in all fifty states.

Gay marriage is now protected by the United States constitution. Many people are ignorant of this when refusing to acknowledge that gay marriage is legalized. The majority of the 5-4 vote of the Supreme Court wrote that “They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right”(Gorman). Those that do not acknowledge the new law are being ignorant to the entire situation.If the Supreme Court has made this ruling there must be a concrete set of values to go along with it as well. This ruling allows all citizens to be equal within their marital rights. It has been rumored that gay marriage could be a good thing for

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