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    Due to the current interest in Gay Marriage in California and other states...I wondered if anyone knew if there was an Article or Section of the United States Constitution that could be seen as directly related to this issue? Just curious!

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    In a case in New Jersey, seven same-sex couples applied for marriage licenses but were denied. The couple used no federal constitutional claim, which implies that they saw no Constitutional law promoting their rights.
    In the famous Massachusetts case, where the state supreme court struck the Same-Sex Marriage Ban Down, the court cited the Supreme Court's decision in ...

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    The solution tackles cases & legal precedents or articles that tackle or relate to issues of gay marriage.