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Since then, the highest federal court in the country has weighed-in on about a dozen other LGBTQ rights—related cases, which have had powerful impacts on the gay rights movement. SCOTUS's first gay rights case focused on the First Amendment—specifically, how the rights of free speech and press apply to homosexual content. In , Los Angeles' postmaster Otto Olesen ordered federal postal authorities to seize ONE , a homosexual magazine the nation's first , arguing that the magazine's content was "obscene. One, Inc. A lower court ruled in favor of the government and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with this ruling. Olesen in and ruled in favor of One, Inc.
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Obergefell v. Hodges - SCOTUSblog

Obergefell v. Hodges , U. The 5—4 ruling requires all fifty states , the District of Columbia , and the Insular Areas to perform and recognize the marriages of same-sex couples on the same terms and conditions as the marriages of opposite-sex couples, with all the accompanying rights and responsibilities. Between January and February , plaintiffs in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee filed federal district court cases that culminated in Obergefell v. After all district courts ruled for the plaintiffs, the rulings were appealed to the Sixth Circuit.
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The Supreme Court Rulings That Have Shaped Gay Rights in America

Today marks the two-year anniversary of the historic Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges , which made marriage equality the law of the land and changed the lives of millions of people who can now marry the person they love. As people across the U.
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Beginning before Stonewall and continuing in the 50 years since, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have regularly turned to the courts for protection against mistreatment or to overturn laws that targeted them. From H. Olesen — United States Supreme Court.
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