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Tennis legend Margaret Court is set to be recognised on the Australia Day honours list, despite continued outrage over her controversial views on same-sex marriage. Court, 78, holds the record for the most Grand Slam singles titles won by a woman, but in recent years has more regularly made headlines her opposition to same-sex marriage because of her religious views. The sporting legend has been chosen as a Companion in the General Division of the Order of Australia AC - the highest individual honour available to Australians. Asked about the decision on Friday, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said he does not believe Court is a worthy recipient. I do not believe she should be honoured. I'm sick of having the discussion, in one form or another, every summer,' Mr Andrews said.
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Christina and James met in college and have been dating for more than five years. For the past two years, they have been living together in a condo they purchased jointly. While Christina and James were confident in their decision to enter into a commitment like a year mortgage, they are unsure if they want to enter into marriage. The couple had many discussions about marriage and decided that it just did not seem necessary. Neither Christina nor James had seen much success with marriage while growing up. Christina was raised by a single mother.
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Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee define marriage as a union between one man and one woman. Plaintiffs challenged the laws as violating the Fourteenth Amendment. The district courts ruled in their favor. The Sixth Circuit consolidated the cases and reversed.
The commission initially dismissed her complaint on the basis of insufficient evidence. Upon review, the court found the dismissal improper and ordered it to proceed. Dichmont died the following year, and lawyers representing her estate appealed the decision, with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms receiving intervenor status, with limitations. Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Justice Vikas Khaladkar ruled last week in favour of the human rights commission, agreeingt the provincial government had the right to require her to resign unless she agreed to perform same-sex marriages, and was not required to accommodate her belief.