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So then, if I'm understanding the decision correctly (actually, Holder's statement is not really a court decision), then based on the previous decision US vs Windsor that recognized SSM, any other marriages currently legally performed *shall stand.*
1) If the legality of SSM in Utah is still undecided...were those marriages legally performed?
2) If we have the US vs. Windsor decision, then how can any state challenge it? That SCOTUS decision is based on "equal protection and equal treatment under the law."
Is what you're living for today, worth dying for tomorrow?
2 .) I havent ignored any facts and called them not true. if you disagree simply point out the FACTS i ignored and said they werent facts
3.) nope only one but in both threads i have posted facts and backed them up with links.
Cant wait to see your proof, maybe you are right? Id guess youll dodge this request though