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In the U.S., it is no longer necessary (or even possible) tovote for marriage equality. Some years ago, there were statewide campaigns and ballot measures that put the subject to a popular vote, but now such an effort would be futile. That’s because the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June 2015 that same-sex marriage is a constitutionally-protected right. This ruling applies to all the states and U.S. Territories, and effectively stifled the numerous cases making their way through the court system at the time. For more information about marriage equality and equal protection under the law, visit the SCOTUS blog.