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Does the Supreme Court have the right to operate with non-existent terms?

rupol2000

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The term "same-sex marriage" does not exist in US law. The term "marriage" is generally defined as a union of people of different sexes, there are no other definitions in the legislation.

How could the Supreme Court determine the legality or illegality of the refusal to register a non-existent concept?

For example, can I register a three-sex private enterprise for the production of sanitary equipment? If I am denied such registration, will the Supreme Court protect my rights under the 14th Amendment?
 
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Just a quick question ... which do you hate more, dogs or homosexuals more?

You seem obsessed with both.
It's related. Dog worship and tolerance come from a single slave culture of matriarchy. But this is not the place to discuss this issue
 

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You seem to be really exercised about Gay Marriage. Why?
 

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