Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2022-06-24 12:03:44 –
Judge Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court wants the court to reconsider the ruling that legalized same-sex marriage, contraception, and sexual activity between agreed adults.
In his consensus on the court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case, Thomas said, “In future cases, we need to rethink all the precedents of this court’s substantive due process, including Grizwold, Lawrence and Obergefell. There is. “
Griswold’s ruling gave the couple the right to access contraceptives. It has been in the book since 1965.
In 2003, the court ruled in favor of Lawrence, stating that the state could not outlaw sexual activity with the consent of an adult.
Thomas was on the bench when the Oberfell v. Hodge trial was brought to court in 2015. In a 5-4 decision, the court granted same-sex couples the right to marry. Thomas was one of the judges who opposed it.
Many Democrats fear that the decision to overturn Law is a precursor to overturning other decisions. However, Judge Samuel Alito, who wrote an opinion overturning Law, said the decision would not affect other due process decisions.
“Oppositions suggest that our decision casts doubt on Griswold, Eisenstadt, Lawrence, and Obergefell,” Arito wrote. “But in order to cast doubt on cases unrelated to abortion, I have made it clear that nothing in this opinion should be understood.”