The statement is totally in keeping with Paxton's anti-LGBTQ+ record.
The reasoning in today's decision overruling Roe v. Wade shows that rulings on marriage equality, consensual sex, and contraception were erroneous, he says.
Barring some highly improbable miracle, marriage equality will probably not exist nationally by 2024 — possibly 2025 at the latest.
In a brief to the Supreme Court, Jonathan Mitchell argues that the rulings for marriage equality and against sodomy bans were "lawless."
With today's Arkansas ruling, there have now been five pro-equality Supreme Court decisions issued on this date.
The Michigan measure refers to sodomy as "the abominable and detestible crime against nature," punishable as a felony.
A candidate for mayor of Kings Mountain, N.C., cites Kim Davis and asks "What's wrong with eradicating homosexuals?"