Obergefell Vs. HodgesElise Bench, MOrgan Bates, Makaylah TUpua
James Obergefell sued Richard Hodges. James Obergefell wanted same sex marriage, but he had to sue someone from the government because it wouldn't work to sue the state. He took his case to the court and it then became consititunional.
The Supreme Court decided that the case WAS constitutional.The case ended up ruling a 5-4 majority. The 14th amendment guarantees marriage which includes same sex marriage.
The Obergefell and Hodges case made the country bisexual. The law inspired other countries to allow same sex love. For example Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, e.c.t.
Before the case, culturally people believed that same sex marriage was despicable. After the case people started to except same sex marriage.
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