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Gay marriage bill passed in US Senate, Biden says – love is love

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Washington: The US Senate on Tuesday passed a landmark bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriages. In the United States, same-sex marriages have been guaranteed by the Supreme Court since 2015, gay marriage from june considered at risk when the conservative-dominated Supreme Court struck down the right to abortion. US lawmakers fear a conservative judge could strike down recognition of same-sex marriage.

The Respect for Marriage Act received 61 votes in favor against 36 votes against. All Democrats present voted in favour, demanding that at least 10 Republicans vote with them, but they Support for 12 was easily found.

After passing the landmark bill, President Joe Biden said in a statement, “Our country is poised to affirm a fundamental truth: love is just love.” Americans should have the right to marry the person they love.” Explain that to make this bill into law, he will be sent to President Joe Biden’s office to get it signed, but for that House approval will be required.

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