The states Supreme court has shot down appeals from give states still clinging to the disgusting and archaic notion that all individuals do not deserve to marry the one they love.
Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin lost their ability to delay same-sex marriage as they fought to prohibit the act of two people in love marrying one another when SCOTUS turned away all of their appeals of various court decisions that did not exactly go their way.
the order immediately ends delays on marrying in those states, and couples in six other states should be able to marry shortly. Thanks to the Supreme court’s refusal to support measures that discriminate against people simply based on to whom they are attracted and who they love now means that same-sex marriage is legal in 30 states and Washington, DC.
CNBC explains that,
By rejecting appeals in cases involving Virginia, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin and Indiana, the court left intact lower-court rulings that struck down bans in those states.
Other states under the jurisdiction of appeals courts that struck down the bans will also be affected, meaning the number of states with gay marriage is likely to quickly jump from 19 to 30.
The other states would be North Carolina, West Virginia, South Carolina, Wyoming, Kansas and Colorado.
Bigotry is dying, and we will toast its demise.