(1 min Audio Report – Faith2Action)
This week’s Supreme Court 7-2 ruling not to block a federal judge from redefining marriage in Alabama sends a stark warning. We have basically been told that the Supreme Court is getting ready to issue the Roe v. Wade of marriage if we don’t do something to stop them.
But how can we affect the Supreme Court? Good question. Article 3, Section 2 of the Constitution provides the answer: “The Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction…with such exceptions…as the Congress shall make.”
The marriage case before the Supreme Court is an appellate case–that means Congress can make exceptions–or remove jurisdiction before they can redefine marriage!
We have a sponsor in Congress drafting the legislation right now to restrain the judges. And at RestrainTheJudges.com, you can help.
Go to RestrainTheJudges.com…
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