If a state votes to allow it, fine. The people have spoken. If a judge then comes in and says he's decided otherwise, I've got a problem with that.
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people dont get to vote on equal/civil rights and when they do and the issue is pushed to the courts, the courts fix it
in this case the fed did exactly what its supposed to do, it protected rights
so the problem you have is you, the judge is exactly who makes the decision just like with womans rights, minority rights and interracial marriage which were all ALSO factually equal/civil rights issues as facts and history prove.
facts, court cases, laws, rights, and court precedence all prove this, remind us, what do you have on your side to support your failed argument that beats all that besides "nu-huh" we'd love to read it
Yeah! What Agent J said!