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Full audio of #SCOTUS same-sex marriage argument

Supreme Court justices heard arguments today that aimed to answer the question: Are same-sex couples entitled to marry nationwide?

Same-sex marriage is legal in 36 states and the District of Columbia. The justices are reviewing a contrary appeals-court decision from 2014 that said gay-marriage restrictions in four states, including Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee, were acceptable.

These states are arguing that the court should defer to the political process and allow the decision of whether or not to recognize same-sex unions to be left to the legislatures of each state.

Policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation, Sarah Torre, explains what you need to know about why this case is important:

Full audio of SCOTUS same-sex marriage argument is now available. Listen here

Where do you stand on the issue of same-sex marriage? Comment below!

About Alyssa Lafage

Alyssa Lafage is a young professional from southern New Jersey and self-described constitutional conservative. In addition to contributing to, Alyssa's writing can be found on CNSNews, PolitiChicks, Right Wing News and Save Jersey. Her activism has landed her appearances on NewsMax TV, One America News, Breitbart News on SiriusXM and other national media outlets.

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