In Sixth Circuit Same-Sex Marriage Cases, a Republican Appointee Could Be Deciding Vote

, The National Law Journal

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U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jeffrey Sutton—a George W. Bush appointee who heard arguments Wednesday in a string of cases challenging state same-sex marriage bans—is no stranger to closely watched, divisive issues that are on a fast track to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  • JDD

    Interestingly, none of your prior stories about same sex marriage decisions specified the political affiliation of the judge making the decision. Why this one? GOT BIAS?

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