Obergefell v.s. Hodges by zackary s. and grace s.

The right to same-sex marriage

In this trial, Justice Anthony Kennedy fought that same-sex marriage is constitutional because the constitution grants equality to all citizens.

On the other hand, Justice Kennedy countered argued that the marriage of the same-sex is against many religious beliefs.

Finally, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is legal because the 14th amendment allows the right to marriage.

This law affected the country because it allows the right for same sex marriage. Also, it affected the culture of the country because more same sex partners can and might get married.

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