Symposium: Original meaning, public deliberation, and marriage equality

William N. Eskridge Jr. is the John A. Garver Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School. The Supreme Court’s decision to grant review of the four petitions challenging marriage exclusions for lesbian and gay couples in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee comes as no surprise.  The Sixth Circuit’s decision upholding the discriminations in DeBoer v. Snyder … Continue reading Symposium: Original meaning, public deliberation, and marriage equality