The court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, handing gay rights advocates their biggest victory yet."There is no such thing as same-sex marriage in the constitution.
The words are not there, we've never had it in our history," Moore said.
"Five judges on the Supreme Court, or justices, have presumed to find a fundamental right which has no basis in the history or logic or tradition of our country."Alabama Gov.
Robert Bentley, a Republican, said Friday that the Supreme Court ruling doesn't alter his convictions that marriage is "between one man and one woman," but said he would follow the ruling."I have to uphold not only the constitution of Alabama, but I swore to uphold the constitution of the United States and we will uphold the law of the United States.
S., and is remembered annually on Loving Day, June 12. federal court decisions holding restrictions on same-sex marriage in the United States unconstitutional, including in the 2015 Supreme Court decision Obergefell v. In the Reconstruction Era in 1865 the Black Codes across the seven states of the lower South made intermarriage illegal.
It has been the subject of several songs and three movies, including the 2016 film Loving. The new Republican legislatures in six states repealed the restrictive laws.
Alabama (1883) and ending all race-based legal restrictions on marriage in the United States.
I proudly signed SB301 because it protects the vulnerable in our society by ensuring that reporting requirements for sex offenders are strict and enforced.” Governor Ivey added, “Our laws must keep up with changes in our technology.I will uphold the law of the nation and this is now the law," he told reporters Friday after emerging from an unrelated meeting."While 70% of Nebraskans approved our amendment to our state constitution that defined marriage as only between a man and a woman, the highest court in the land has ruled states cannot place limits on marriage between same-sex couples," Ricketts said online."We will follow the law and respect the ruling outlined by the court."Most Republican presidential candidates also slammed the ruling, but realistically assessed the slim odds of overturning the ruling.The chief justice of Alabama's Supreme Court and a leading opponent of same-sex marriage on Friday called the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize gay and lesbian nuptials nationwide "even worse" than the Court's 19th century decision to uphold racial segregation.Moore has consistently fought against same-sex marriage.