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On Judge Bataillon’s theory, don’t opponents of same-sex marriage in Massachusetts have a federal case? The Massachusetts court infringed on their “associational political rights,” or whatever he calls this judicial invention, by forcing them to pass a constitutional amendment, rather than persuade the legislature, to see their views prevail.



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