字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント the Supreme Court often looks at a major social issue over a series of cases in the late 19 nineties and early two thousands, it considered the rights of gay people. At the time, voters in many states had approved laws strongly limiting gay rights. For example, police in Texas were permitted to arrest same sex partners. Around the same time, voters in other states began permitting officials, same sex unions, Theo voters. The Supreme Court's members were divided about the issue, but in three cases, a majority struck down laws limiting homosexual relationships. The fourth case was brought by a man named Jim Obergefell. He had married a man named John Arthur in the state of Maryland, where gay marriage was legal. But the couple lived in another state where it was not three months after they were married, Arthur died. Question Waas What put the official death certificate say, Was Arthur married or not? The dispute made its way to the Supreme Court in 2015. Five of the nine justices cited with Obergefell. Yes, they said he and Arthur were married, and the death certificate must say so. I love you. This is for you, John.