Afternoon round-up: Today’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges
on Jun 26, 2015 at 4:30 pm
This morning the Court announced its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, holding that states must both allow same-sex couples to marry and recognize same-sex marriages from other states. An archived version of the live blog is here. Lyle Denniston covered the decision for this blog, and Amy Howe explained the outcome in Plain English.
Other early coverage of the decision comes from Daniel Fisher at Forbes, Pete Williams and Halimah Abdullah at NBC News, Lydia Wheeler and Ben Kamisar at The Hill, Ariane de Vogue and Jeremy Diamond at CNN, Adam Liptak at The New York Times, Lawrence Hurley at Reuters, Brad Heath at USA Today, Jess Bravin and Brent Kendall at The Wall Street Journal, Robert Barnes at The Washington Post, David G. Savage and Timothy M. Phelps at the Los Angeles Times, Susan Ferrechio at the Washington Examiner, Dana Liebelson and Amanda Terkel at Huffington Post, Devin Montgomery at Jurist, Sam Baker at National Journal, and Bill Chappell at NPR.
Commentary comes from Suzanne B. Goldberg, Joseph Thai, and Erwin Chemerinsky, all at ACS Law, Leslie Loftis at The Federalist, Rick Hasen at Election Law Blog, with an additional post by him also on that blog, Ilya Shapiro and David Boaz, both at Cato at Liberty, Jane S. Schacter and Bernadette Meyler, both at Stanford Lawyer, Lisa Keen at Keen News Service, Lisa Soronen at Knowledge Center, Nonnie Shivers at Ogletree Deakins, Cass R. Sunstein, Noah Feldman, and The Editors, all at Bloomberg View, Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern, both at Slate, Zack Ford and Judd Legum, as well as Ian Millhiser, at Think Progress, Ryan T. Anderson at The Daily Signal, Amy Davidson at The New Yorker, Michael Dorf at Dorf on Law, Garrett Epps at The Atlantic, David French and Charles C.W. Cooke, both at National Review, and Dale Carpenter at The Volokh Conspiracy.