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HRC's Resource Center for the Supreme Court's breaking news and analysis

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Marriage Equality Heading Back to U.S. Supreme Court

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court of the United States will be asked to decide whether the U.S. Constitution allows for states to discriminate against gay and lesbian couples by denying them the right to marry.

What's at Stake?

#LoveCantWait

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Sign HRC's #LoveCantWait petition and show that marriage equality should be legal in ALL 50 states.

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SCOTUS Press Room

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Find maps, polling and other resources on marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The People's Brief

HRC answers your questions about what to expect on April 28 and what's next.

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Remember The Name

Jim Obergefell

Longtime HRC member and named plaintiff Jim Obergefell's name will go down in history.

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