SCOTUS — Justice Anthony Kennedy’s Vote On Gay Marriage Might Be The Deciding Factor In The Supreme Court’s Decision

The argument over whether same-sex marriages are protected by the constitution is heating up. On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on the issue, drawing a sharply dividing line down the center of two already conflicting camps. The vote, slated to take place by late June, has largely been a partisan one, with many analysts agreeing that eight of the nine Supreme Court justices would vote along with their respective camps. If they’re correct in those assumptions, wildcard Justice Anthony Kennedy’s vote might decide the gay marriage issue once and for all.

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