Clarence Thomas says the Supreme Court should reconsider provisions on contraception and same-sex marriage

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has offered the possibility of reviewing several key rulings in the wake of the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Thomas, who voted with a majority to overturn the historic abortion issue, made his feelings clear in a separate, agreed opinion.

Thomas’ opinion drew comparisons between abortion and many other political issues that the Supreme Court has taken up in recent years.

“In future cases, we should review all precedents of the court’s substantive legal process, including GriswoldAnd the LawrenceAnd the Obergevel,” Thomas wrote in his favorable opinion. Since any substantive decision regarding legal process is ‘clearly wrong,’ […] It is our duty to “correct the error” set forth in those precedents.”

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FILE - Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivers a keynote speech during the dedication of the new Georgia Nathan Deal Judicial Center in Atlanta, February 11, 2020.

FILE – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivers a keynote speech during the dedication of the new Georgia Nathan Deal Judicial Center in Atlanta, February 11, 2020.
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Griswold vs Connecticut It was a landmark case in 1965 that held that contraceptive use between two married people was a matter of privacy and constitutionally protected.

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Lawrence vs Texas In 2003 she dealt with same-sex relations between compatible parties, and Aubergeville vs Hodges She planned in the same district in 2015 to rule same-sex marriage as a constitutionally protected right to privacy.

Thomas speculated that dropping Rowe would provide a blueprint to reconsider years-long decisions that he says are “clearly wrong”.

Thomas wrote, “After these apparently erroneous decisions have been overturned, the question will remain whether other constitutional provisions guarantee the myriad rights created by our due process issues.”

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Pro-life protesters in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24, 2022.

Pro-life protesters in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24, 2022.
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Both the New York Times and Washington Post published opinion columns on Wednesday warning of the “ugly uprising” of the conservative movement against LGBT rights.

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The Washington Post’s Alyssa Rosenberg feared that conservatives were looking to erase “the most tolerant future” for gays in America, while Charles M. Blue of the New York Times claimed that the Right was forcing LGBT people into a “gay cultural ghetto.”

Both columns expressed concern about the conservative movement’s recent efforts to challenge aspects of the LGBTQ agenda, noting the backlash against the new Disney/Pixar movie, Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” and conservative opposition to withdrawing the Queen Story events for children. .

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