USA, Louisiana: US Supreme Court to Look at State’s Marriage Equality Case

Written by scott on December 18th, 2014

Louisiana mapThe US Supreme Court has decided to at least consider taking another marriage equality case.

Equality on Trial reports:

The Supreme Court, in a brief update to the docket page for the Louisiana marriage case Robicheaux v. George, has noted that the case will be taken up in its next conference, on January 9. The case is the only one involving marriage equality that is currently listed for that conference, but the Court has a few more opportunities to add the rest of the cases.

Interestingly, the Court will consider taking the case on the same day that the Fifth Circuit hears it.

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. movingforward says:

    Wow, sounds like that might help the Texas and Mississippi cases as well.

  2. Eric Osterberg says:

    It would be nice if SCOTUS reviews the cases and decides enough is enough. The hoopla from the opposition of marriage equality has no value and is discriminatory against the LGBT citizens of America. Marriage Equality for all states must be the law of the land.

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