Supreme Court of the United States - Featured on RueBaRue

Supreme Court of the United States - Featured on RueBaRue

LET'S DANCE — the US Supreme Court ruled gay marriage legal nationwide, and that's a reason to celebrate, obviously. We couldn't be more excited for same-sex couples and unions to be recognized in all 50 states! It's time to pop some bottles and party hard for days to come. Crank up this bumpin' playlist and MOVE, SHAKE IT, FEEL THE BEAT.

33 Songs to BLAST For America's Gay Marriage Victory

LET'S DANCE — the US Supreme Court ruled gay marriage legal nationwide, and that's a reason to celebrate, obviously. We couldn't be more excited for same-sex couples and unions to be recognized in all 50 states! It's time to pop some bottles and party hard for days to come. Crank up this bumpin' playlist and MOVE, SHAKE IT, FEEL THE BEAT.

SCOTUS negs Hawley's eggs: US Supreme Court won't hear Missouri attorney general's hen-house appeal - Pitch Weekly

SCOTUS negs Hawley's eggs: US Supreme Court won't hear Missouri attorney general's hen-house appeal - Pitch Weekly

Explore a Building of Blind Justice: The US Supreme Court Building: Main Entrance

Explore a Building of Blind Justice

Inside the Supreme Court building.

Marble, drape and justice: inside the U.S. Supreme Court

For visitors who are interested in the law and the actual procedures of the federal government, a stop at the US Supreme Court is a must. If you’re lucky, you’ll be there on a day of oral arguments, which are open to the public. Regardless, though, visitors can tour the building, view the current exhibitions...

Things to Do in DC : Washington, DC : TravelChannel.com

For visitors who are interested in the law and the actual procedures of the federal government, a stop at the US Supreme Court is a must. If you’re lucky, you’ll be there on a day of oral arguments, which are open to the public. Regardless, though, visitors can tour the building, view the current exhibitions...

'Dreamers'' lawyers ask US Supreme Court to let ruling stand on Arizona case - Arizona Capitol Times

'Dreamers'' lawyers ask US Supreme Court to let ruling stand on Arizona case - Arizona Capitol Times

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