All Eyes on the Supreme Court
As we discussed yesterday, this week the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in two historic marriage equality cases. Today, the High Court heard arguments about California’s Proposition 8. Thousands of supporters of equality turned out to make their voices heard.
Here’s a few snaps of today’s action outside the Supreme Court:
There were plenty of colorful signs at today’s rally. Here’s a few of our favorites:
You can check out many, many more here.
In addition to being outside the Court, ThinkProgress Justice Editor and constitutional analyst Ian Millhiser was inside the room this morning. You should definitely check out his full analysis of today’s argument.
Evening Brief: Important Stories That You Might’ve Missed
Justice Scalia’s embarrassingly intolerant attitude toward gays.
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