Justice Clarence Thomas Justice Thomas laid out the path to repeal our rights Summer seems a popular time for weddings, though the idea of sweating in a tuxedo in August does not appeal to me.
Still, given the recent decisions of the Supreme Court, the urgency to get hitched has ramped up. Clarence Thomas in his concurring opinion clearly laid out the path forward for this activist Supreme Court.
He specifically mentioned three landmark cases that all were based in the same reasoning as Roe v. Wade and according to his opinion are not protected “liberties” in the Constitution, and he considered them erroneous.Griswold v.
Connecticut, the decision that married couples had a right to contraception. (1965)Lawrence v. Texas, invalidating Texas sodomy laws and making same-sex sexual activity legal throughout the country. (2003) Obergefell v.