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Ruth Marcus: Justices timid about gay marriage debate

2:58 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
Demonstrators hold flags in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on March 27.
Demonstrators hold flags in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on March 27.
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Listening to the Supreme Court hear arguments in the same-sex marriage cases was like watching a novice diver inch to the edge of the high board for the first time.

Eventually, she'll probably take the plunge - just not yet. In the meantime, though, she can execute an impressive maneuver from lower heights.

In other words, the justices seemed tempted to put off deciding the question of a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. But they appear, at least reading the oral argument tea leaves, prepared to take the significant step of overturning the Defense of Marriage Act and granting full ...

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