Saturday, March 23, 2013
From the Washington Post:
There's a widow who was a poineer of the "modern marriage" and someone who never wed. Two divorcees.
There is a husband who married relatively late in life and adopted two children. Another is a prolific procreator, with enough children to field a baseball team and enough grandchildren to form a basketball league.
One is in an interracial marriage, which would have been illegal in his state only 20 years before his wedding.
As the Supreme Court prepares to consider the American tradition of marriage, the justices display a wide range of personal choices reflective of the modern experience.
Read more here.
Hat Tip: SH