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Same-sex marriage ruling: Hollywood reacts

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 2: President Barack Obama urges supporters to spread the word and get neighbors to the polls help the outcome of a close election on November 2, 2014 in Philadelphia. (Photo Credit: LaMarr McDaniel /

(Photo credit: LaMarr McDaniel /

In one of the most widely anticipated decisions of the year, the Supreme Court has released their ruling on same-sex marriage.With Justice Anthony Kennedy providing the swing vote in the 5-4 ruling, the court decided that under the 14th Amendment, states cannot ban same-sex marriage. Under a broad ruling written by Kennedy, the court also found that states must recognize such lawful unions performed in other states. “They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law,” concluded Justice Kennedy in the opinion of same-sex couples. “The Constitution grants them that right.”

Earlier this year, bans on same-sex marriage by Michigan, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio were challenged by 14 couples and two widowers in arguments before the SCOTUS. Friday’s opinion however, nullifies those cases as same-sex marriage is now legalized nationwide in the United States.

President Barack Obama shared his thoughts on the historical Supreme Court ruling via Twitter:

For more celebrity reactions to the Supreme Court ruling, overturning same-sex marriage, hit the flip.

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  2. cupcake333 on June 27, 2015 at 11:34 am

    obama could never do good , everyone want to jump on him, for decisions that have to be made , he didnt tell the supreme court to rule that way , most of them didnt want to rule that way , but you have to protect people and respect their union like it or not