Free shipping on orders over $50
Senate Votes To Protect Same-Sex Marriages

Senate Votes To Protect Same-Sex Marriages


 The Senate voted to move forward with landmark legislation that would codify protections for same-sex and interracial marriages, putting it on a path to become law before a Republican-led House could kill the legislation next year and give the conservative-majority Supreme Court an opportunity to strike down previous rulings that protect same-sex marriages.

The Senate voted 62-37 on Wednesday in a procedural vote that will move the legislation to the floor for debate, with Democrats securing 12 Republican votes to reach the 60-vote threshold to resist a GOP filibuster.


Write a comment

Comment are moderated