The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to overturn an Arizona case and that could be a major victory for gay rights. Yesterday the court let the ruling stand that states gay couples can have the same parenting rights as opposite-sex couples when they divorce. At issue is a custody case between two Tucson women who were legally married at the time of the child's birth, but have since divorced. Monday's decision means the a 2017 precedent-setting Arizona Supreme Court ruling will stay intact. It determined when it comes to marriage and divorce all unions are considered equal under state law.
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