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[FSX] Loaded .The Supreme Court is currently hearing the Obergefell v. Hodges case, concerning the controversial case at the heart of same-sex marriage. According to the Daily Wire, Justice Anthony Kennedy — who authored the 2015 Supreme Court decision, Obergefell v. Hodges, that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide — has been repeatedly missing from the bench to attend weddings. The report notes that this is the first time in the court’s history that any justice has missed a wedding.
On April 1, The Supreme Court issued a statement in response to the news that Chief Justice John Roberts was absent from the couple’s wedding. From the Daily Wire:
In a statement, the Chief Justice explained that he ‘delivered wedding vows for one of his friends in New York, and attended a reception and brunch at her residence after he returned to Washington that day.
Tuesday was the day of Roberts’ friend’s wedding, which may have been the reason the Chief Justice wasn’t in attendance.
More from the Daily Wire:
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg may have been the first justice to attend a wedding at the Court, but she was not the only one, and not the last. Indeed, for every justice who has missed a wedding since 2001, there is a recent picture of a justice on the bench attending a wedding at the Court.
Noting that Justice Stephen Breyer used to attend weddings on the Supreme Court grounds, the outlet pointed to the fact that in 2004, when he asked his spokesperson to try to schedule his next marriage, it was the same time he was supposed to be performing the wedding ceremony for Justice John Paul Stevens and his wife.
«Justice Breyer has not attended a wedding at the Supreme Court,» the spokesperson told the Daily Wire, adding that the Chief Justice was out of the office, as well.
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