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Supreme Court justices voice reservations about changing traditional marriage
Supreme Court justices voice reservations about changing traditional marriage

The Supreme Court justices on Tuesday pelted lawyers for same-sex couples with difficult questions in the early moments of arguments on whether gay marriage should legalized nationwide. Even Justice Anthony Kennedy, who wrote earlier decisions favoring gays, expressed deep reservations about extending gay marriage to all the states. The traditional definition of marriage “has been with us for millennia. It's difficult for the court to say we know better,” he said. Chief Justice John Roberts, who some thought might vote in favor of gays, and liberal justice Stephen Breyer also expressed reservations during the early minutes of the arguments. The justices must decide...

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