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Will second shoe drop on same-sex marriage?

5:18 PM, Jun. 26, 2013
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Ten years ago to the day, dissenting in the case of Lawrence v. Texas, Justice Antonin Scalia played the role of Cassandra, warning darkly - and at the time, it seemed, hyperbolically - that the ruling invalidating laws against homosexual conduct would lead inexorably to creation of a constitutionally protected right to same-sex marriage.

On Wednesday, dissenting in the case of U.S. v. Windsor, Chief Justice John Roberts was more Canute than Cassandra. Like the Scandinavian king said to have sought in vain to hold back the tides, the chief justice took pains to emphasize not the potential ...

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