After hearing arguments this week, the U.S. Supreme Court could issue a ruling on same-sex marriage that proves as historic — and as polarizing — as Roe v. Wade or Bush v. Gore. Or perhaps, as some legal experts suggest, the court will choose not to make history just now, ruling more narrowly or skirting the issue altogether.
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