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Did the Obergefell decision open the floodgates for judicial activism? From Howard Slugh at National Review Online: In Obergfell, Justice Kennedy did far more than merely discover a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. He wrote that judges have an ongoing “duty” to identify and protect new “fundamental rights.” He maintained that judges should institute new […]
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