For a brief moment, it seemed as if the Supreme Court had finally shifted into a space where the majority of the nine sitting justices would rule in favor of the oppressed and not their oppressors. In their decisions around the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage, the Supreme Court as a whole came to the defense of the sick’s right to be well and for love’s right to bind together any couple it so chooses, regardless of the gender or sexual orientation of those involved.

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