Once again the Supreme Court postponed its decision of gay marriage. Monday morning the Supreme Court ruled on four cases -- affirmative action and employee rights, among others. Many predict Gay Marriage opinions will not be released until June 26 or 27. The lateness is probably best explained by the cases' historical precedence. No matter how frustrating the wait is for gay marriage advocates (and its opponents), it can be assumed the Supreme Court is taking its time with a controversial, and historically unparalleled case.
The Court's term officially ended on Monday. But the Justices will release decisions later on this week, and perhaps early next week as well.
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