Re: Issue 1 in Ohio Nov. 2
Good for that Oklahoma couple. However, even thought these laws seem to be blatantly unconstitutional, I could still see them denying the plantiffs' suit because of some technicality. I wonder how far the state(s) and the federal government are willing to go to fight this? It's obvious the voters in these states support these bans overwhelmingly so a governor who is looking to be re-elected may try to fight tooth and nail any attempt to overturn the ban. Even if a federal court decides against the plaintiffs for whatever reason the Supremes may not decide to hear the case and let the ruling of the lower court stand. I just don't think it's going to be as easy as saying, "The 14th Amendment says this ban is wrong" and expect it to be overturned.