posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 05:54 PM
The fine points of same sex marriage and all that goes along with it is something that the US Supreme Court is more likely to hear, than if an
individual’s states ban on same sex marriage is legitimate or not.
The issue here is that marriage, in all sense in the modern day is a contract, between 2 consenting adults have engaged in. There are rules and
guidelines in such a contract, and ultimately, here is where the state of Ohio and other states will have to justify in denying the recognition of
such in a legal aspect. If a state finds that such a contract is acceptable, then it is technically acceptable in other states. That means that if
you say take a loan out in one state, and then move, you are still legally bound by the terms of the contract to pay back that money. If a business
makes a business deal, signs a contract and crosses state lines, then both states would naturally recognize the validity of said contract and see it
But this is the kind of case that the US Supreme Court has been waiting on. They are wanting to piece meal the legal precedent together, rather than
make one broad ruling, that way it would give the individual states time to adjust their laws and ultimately take the time to figure out how to handle
the changing social dynamic in their states.