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Opponents of gay marriage argued that this case should almost exclusively be about taxation and benefits because that's the part that the government actually has a stake in.

Looking back at the way Congress has ruled on gay marriage, Justice Kagan noticed something very particular that doesn't really show up with other minority groups.

The chief justice himself questioned whether the issue of gay marriage is genuinely majority supported or just another special interest lobby with some badass political ability.

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